Julian Glover (journalist)

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Julian Glover is an English journalist and speechwriter who since September 2012 has served as a special adviser in the UK Department for Transport.[1] Previously he was the chief speech-writer to the Prime Minister.[2] Glover wrote for British newspaper The Guardian from 2001 to 2011 as a leader writer and columnist. On 7 October 2011, it was announced that he had been appointed as the chief speechwriter to Prime Minister, David Cameron.

He has been the civil partner of Times columnist and former Conservative MP Matthew Parris[3] since 2006.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Daily Mail, 6 October 2012, [1] Bullish Dave, ready to conquer the world with his army of shy Tories
  2. ^ The Guardian, 7 October 2011, [2] David Cameron appoints Guardian's Julian Glover as speechwriter
  3. ^ The Times, 29 August 2006, , the reluctant groom, says 'I do'