Graeme Archer writes about British politics and life – a kind reviewer once called his the “politics of being human.” (Paul Goodman’s biography of Graeme appears here.) His writing currently appears most often on CapX and UnHerd.
In 2015-16 he was a speech-writer for a British cabinet minister.
He wrote a weekly column for the Daily Telegraph for three years, and blogged there too. He was a long-time contributor to the ConservativeHome website; in his opinion, his best pieces were A Cost of Living Crisis, on mob culture, and The Cat Who Dreamt He Was God, a description of a corporate melt-down.
He won the Orwell Prize for political blogging in 2011, based on his contributions to ConservativeHome.
Graeme has a Ph.D. in Bayesian statistics.
You can email him on firstname.lastname@example.org or by clicking on this link.
He is on twitter as @graemearcher.