Knowledge Identifier: +Andrew_Rawnsley
Born in 1962.
Countries: United Kingdom (84%), United States (11%), Ireland (5%)
Linked to: The Observer, Rugby School, Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge, University of Cambridge
He was editor of "Stop Press" the Cambridge University newspaper of the day, and won the Guardian Student Journalist of the year award in 1984
In 1990 he married Jane Hall in Cambridge
David Miliband - Political commentator Andrew Rawnsley of "The Observer" wrote in 2002 that "He is on the Left of the New Labour spectrum
Carolyn Quinn - Quinn became the regular presenter of Radio Four's "The Westminster Hour" from January 2007 following Andrew Rawnsley's departure in September 2006
An expanded paperback edition, taking the story up to the day of Gordon Brown's resignation after the 2010 general election, was published on 30 September 2010
Samantha Cameron - During March 2010, the "Daily Mail" reported that Cameron may have voted for Tony Blair's Labour party, and that she might vote for Gordon Brown in the 2010 general election, following comments made by Shadow Arts Minister, Ed Vaizey to Andrew Rawnsley during the making of a documentary for Channel 4
Since 2011, he has presented BBC Radio Four's "Leader Conference"
Rawnsley feels uncomfortable because the electoral system gave the Conservative Party a majority in the 2015 general election despite only a minority of voters supporting them