Dennis Sewell is a writer, broadcaster and a contributing editor of the Spectator. He spent twenty-two years on the staff of BBC News, where he worked as a reporter for the network’s flagship TV current affairs programme Newsnight, hosted two of BBC Radio’s most popular political talk shows, was an award-winning documentary maker, the producer of two major series on the history of espionage, and went on assignments to Washington, New York, Moscow, Paris, and Brussels. His previous books include Catholics (Viking/Penguin), a social history, and The Political Gene (Picador), a history of the eugenics movement in Europe and the US.
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