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Who is Alistair Beaton?
Alistair Beaton is a Scottish left-wing political satirist, journalist, radio presenter, novelist and television writer. At one point in his career he was also a speechwriter for Gordon Brown.
- also known as Alastair Beaton
- born in (69 years ago) in Glasgow
- nationality: Scotland
- profession: Screenwriter, writer, journalist, novelist, playwright, presenter
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The Dictionary of Bullshit (2005)
by Nick Webb
Contributors: Mary Allen, Dave Austin, Nick Austin, Alistair Beaton, Margaret Benton, Nick and Mary Butler, Alison Cathie, David Charters, Richard Clarke, Mike Coley-Smith, Lincoln Crawford, Michelle Doughty, Michael Fitzmaurice, Graham Forbes, Charles Prater, Phil Green, Steve Green, Yoz Graham, Gwyn Headley, Juliette Healey, Chris Holifield, John and Carol Kellas, Scott Kuhagen, Norman Lebrecht, Brian Levy, Shahjahan Madampat, Dirk Maggs, Strat Mastoris, Robert Moore, ...
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