English journalist who is known for his work as a Chief Political Correspondent for the Financial Times press outlet. He is also known for sharing his journalistic pieces through his Twitter account where he has amassed over 70,000 followers.
He first started his career as a journalist for the Financial Times in 2011. His first major article was entitled Hilton wants to Abolish Maternity Leave. Since then, he has written articles for CNN, the Financial Times blog, and The Globe and Mail. He was then appointed Chief Political Correspondent for the Financial Times in January of 2013.
He is known for having coined the term "Motorway Man" which refers to a type of floating voter who it is believed can determine the outcome of an election by the way he casts his vote.
He was born and raised in London, England.