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Who is Iain Dale?
Iain Dale: Iain Campbell Dale is best known for his British political blog Iain Dale's Diary and for his frequent appearances on UK news channels as a political commentator. He is also a publisher, broadcaster and former Conservative Party politician. In September 2003, he became the first openly gay Conservative candidate to contest a Parliamentary election.
- born on (53 years ago) in England
- nationality: United Kingdom
- education: University of East Anglia
- profession: Politician, journalist, author, commentator
- written works: "The Wit and Wisdom of Tony Banks", "Great Speeches in Parliament", "The Unofficial Book of Political Lists", "Conservative Party General Election Manifestos 1900-1997", "Liberal Party General Election Manifestos 1900-1997", "British Political Party Manifestos 1900-1997", "The Bill Clinton Joke Book", "500 of the Most Witty, Acerbic and Erudite Things Ever Said about Politics", "Directory of political websites", "Times Guides to the House of Commons", "The Blair Necessities", "Labour Party General Election Manifestos 1900-1997", "Margaret Thatcher", "250 Ways to Make Britain Better"
- official website: www.iaindale.blogspot.com
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Iain Dale. Pitt the Younger and Winston Churchill; radical economic reformers like Robert Peel and Margaret Thatcher, and oratorical geniuses such as the Elder Pitt and Ronald Reagan. Less eminent, although no less conservative, ...
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