Editorial Director of the Financial Times
Robert Shrimsley is editorial director of the Financial Times and has recently been appointed its chief political commentator. Before this, he has served as the FT’s chief political correspondent, news editor, managing editor of FT.com. He writes weekly for the Notebook column, a satirical look at the week’s news and for the FT weekend Magazine.
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