Owen Walker is a journalist for a number of titles within Financial Times Business, primarily focussing on pensions. He recently graduated from Cardiff University’s newspaper journalism post-graduate course and is cursed by a passion for Crystal Palace FC.

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UK Politics
26 October 2007
Anthony Wells gives a detailed analysis of the latest YouGov poll putting the Tories three points in the lead. He...
Politics
19 October 2007
A month ago, Dizzy Thinks speculated Nick Clegg and his Sheffield Hallam predecessor, Richard Allen, had registered the...
Politics
12 October 2007
With Brown dropping from the heights of his bounce, PMQs was a popular topic for many in the blogging community. As...
Politics
08 October 2007
And so to the final political conference of the season (with the exception of UKIP’s)… If anyone ever doubted Steven...
Politics
28 September 2007
The dilemma of when Gordon Brown should call an election dominated the Labour party conference this week. In hotel bars...
Politics
27 September 2007
As a wet-behind-the-ears journalist, two months into my first job and on my first trip to a party conference, the...
UK Politics
21 September 2007
With so much mainstream media attention at the Lib Dem conference focused on Ming’s leadership, you would be forgiven...
Politics
14 September 2007
As news broke this week that Margaret Thatcher was returning to Downing Street to take tea with the present incumbent,...
UK Politics
06 September 2007
In a week where Gordon Brown stood legs akimbo across the centre ground and declared his admiration for Margaret...
UK Politics
29 August 2007
In an unprecedented turn of events, the blogosphere was focused on East Anglia for much of this week. Recent reports of...
UK Politics
17 August 2007
Three weeks into the August lull of political activity, and the UK blogosphere finally has something to get excited/...
Politics
10 August 2007
The silly season is well and truly upon us. Here is a collection of some of the more vapid themes across the UK’s...
Politics
03 August 2007
With Parliament now in recess and Middle England migrating to France for August, traditional media enters the silly...
UK Politics
27 July 2007
As MPs parted discussing plans for summer freebies and parliament broke up for the summer recess, the Tories were still...
Politics
20 July 2007
One of the big political news stories of the week was yet again broken on the blogosphere. A Jonathan Isaby post at the...

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