|Occupation||Journalist, political commentator|
|Notable credit(s)||The Times
Alice Miles is a British journalist. From 1999, she worked for The Times, initially as a parliamentary sketch writer, later as a columnist specialising in health and social policy.
After graduating from Southampton University, Miles was adopted as a trainee on The Mail on Sunday. She has also worked as a reporter for the Evening Standard and as a leader writer on the Daily Express, and qualified as a barrister. A potential female presenter on Today around 2001, she was not ultimately appointed.
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