Iain Dale is one of Britain’s leading political commentators, appearing regularly on TV and radio. Iain is best known for his political blog, Iain Dale’s Diary, and football blog, West Ham Till I Die. He is a contributing editor and columnist for GQ Magazine, writes for the Daily Telegraph and a fortnightly diary for the Eastern Daily Press. He was the chief anchor of Britain’s first political internet TV channel, 18 Doughty Street.com and is a presenter on LBC Radio. He appears regularly as a political pundit on Sky News, the BBC News Channel, Newsnight, Radio 4 and Radio 5 Live. He is the publisher of the monthly magazine, Total Politics and the author or editor of more than twenty books. He is managing director of Biteback Publishing.
- Four Ministers Face Police Interviews: What Does It Say About Politics?
- Sham Consultations Fuel Voter Disconnect
- Prescott’s Bulimia: A Story of Pressure Cooker Politics
- The Decline and Fall of the Political Memoir
- David Davis’s Walk Into the Unknown
- Boris and His Absent Backbone
- The ‘Any Questions’ Experience
- Sex Education: No Irresponsible Headline Here…
- Why Conservatives Should Man the Barricades for Osborne
- Tories Must Realise: Brown is Out to Destroy Them
- Iain Dale’s Diary
- Iain Dale, Peter Hitchens and Ed Vaizey, ‘What is the big Conservative idea?’ at the Sunday Times Oxford Literary Festival 2009