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Isabel Euphemia Oakeshott (born 12 June 1974 in Westminster, Lo...

wikipedia - 14 Dec 2017
Isabel Euphemia Oakeshott (born 12 June 1974 in Westminster, London) is an English political journalist and broadcaster. She is the co-author, with Michael Ashcroft, of an unauthorised biography of former British prime minister David Cameron, Call Me Dave and various other non fiction titles, including Farmageddon, co-authored with Philip Lymbery, and The Bad Boys of Brexit, ghostwritten for major UKIP donor Arron Banks.
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Toby Young and rules applied to the many, but not the few

Ekklesia - 09 Jan 2018
And, disturbingly, the people in the circles from which those appointees tend to be drawn clearly feel that this is only right and proper. Journalists, commentators and politicians have, even now, lamented the fact that Toby Young has resigned, with ...
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What Question Time made of Brexit vote defeat

BBC News - 14 Dec 2017
The last Question Time of the year saw Conservative Nicky Morgan and Labour's Rebecca Long-Bailey joined on the panel by Professor Robert Winston, comedian Geoff Norcott and journalist Isabel Oakeshott in Barnsley. So what happened? Coming the day ...
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Isabel Oakeshott runs squealing from David Cameron #piggate claims

The Guardian (blog) - 09 Oct 2015
Isabel Oakeshott, former political editor at the Sunday Times and co-author of Call Me Dave, the unauthorised biography of David Cameron that set social media ablaze with its tales of prime ministerial porcine passion, has further distanced herself ...
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Isabel Oakeshott for the Daily Mail's recent articles

Daily Mail - 02 Mar 2016
Never has the system seemed more discredited than it does today, as the former prime minister attempts to shower his friends and supporters with fancy titles, writes ISABEL OAKESHOTT. From his wife's stylist to the individuals responsible for the ...

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