Andrew Gimson

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Andrew Gimson /ˈɪmsən/[1] (born 1958) is a British political journalist. Gimson formerly wrote the parliamentary sketch for The Daily Telegraph and has written a book about Boris Johnson and a book entitled Desired Effect.

In November 2011 he was succeeded as sketch writer on The Daily Telegraph by Michael Deacon.[2] Gimson is a former pupil of Uppingham School where he attended West Bank house.[3]

He is married to Sally Gimson, who stood in the South Leicestershire constituency as an unsuccessful candidate for the Labour Party in the May 2010 General Election.[4][5] They live in north London and have three children.[citation needed]



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