James Landale is the BBC’s Deputy Political Editor, a position that he has held since 2009. Previous to that he was the Chief Political Correspondent on the BBC News Channel.
James joined the BBC in 2003, having been a journalist for the Times for 10 years. His last role at the Times was that of Assistant Foreign Editor.
At the BBC he has covered many major political stories, including two general elections, for TV, radio and online. He has travelled extensively as part of the press corps with political leaders to places like Afghanistan and Iraq.
James has had two books published, one on the story of his ancestor who was involved in the last duel ever to be fought in Scotland, in 1826.
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