Tim has written for most of the British newspapers. The Times, Daily Telegraph, Express, Independent, Guardian and even, as a ghostwriter, for the Daily Sport. That last being the real badge of honour of course. He's also written for a number of American papers, The WSJ, NYT, Philadelphia Inquirer, Washington Post, Washington Examiner. Magazine work includes some years at Forbes Online and The Register. Takimag, PandoDaily, CapX, Adam Smith Institute, and there is more out there available to the dedicated searcher.
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Richard Studied at The University of Cambridge. He founded his own company in Online Education and then moved into digital online marketing. He currently runs online marketing at The Continental Telegraph and is studying for an Cert(SM) in Digital Marketing at The Institute of Direct and Digital Marketing. He is a member of his local Conservative Association and is a staunch Libertarian and Brexiteer.
Agatha Antigone is satirical. She has a weekly Wednesday column at the Continental Telegraph and was born in Central Europe in 1965. Her claims of descent from Romanian aristocracy cannot be authenticated because her papers were all destroyed in the Bosnian War. She holds a Diploma in Structural Studies from the Fritz Meyer Institute of the University of Bucharest, and is the author of several academic monographs. Her media career, launched in Pecob magazine, now features columns in over 30 publications. She found international fame with the celebrated letter-opener hand-stabbing incident with a US journalist live on CNN. Her best-selling book, “The Tobacco and Alcohol Diet,” was published in 17 languages, derided though it was by academic nutritionists. Her infamous public marriage to a Carpathian sheepdog was formally annulled by the Pope and Patriarch of the Eastern Orthodox Church, though it further confirmed her international celebrity status. She took out Maltese citizenship in 2015, and now resides on the island of Gozo with her partner of 23 years and three teenage children. Agatha tweets at: http://www.twitter.com/ask_agatha
Madsen has three university degrees, an MA in History from Edinburgh, a PhD in Philosophy from St Andrews, and later an economics MPhil in Land Economy from Cambridge. Madsen is President and Founder of The Adam Smith Institute.
Creative/Media Consultant - Aigis Labs. Political Writer and Blogger. Deputy Chairman Membership Saffron Walden Conservatives Association. Currently working for Aigis Labs.