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Daisy McAndrew

Freelance Reporterer & Presenter, Former Economics Editor for ITV News

Daisy McAndrew is the former Economics Editor for ITV News, having previously served as Chief Political Correspondent. Other TV news credits include Conference Live, Powerhouse and Despatch Box. Away from serious coverage, Daisy is also a regular on Have I Got News for You?, The Wright Show and Loose Women. She has also written for the New Statesman magazine. She came to national prominence as a BBC News presenter, co-hosting weekday lunchtime show The Daily Politics with Andrew Neil and presenting Yesterday in Parliament on BBC Breakfast.

"A respected and renowned reporter & presenter"

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In detail

At 19, Daisy worked as a researcher in the House of Commons, transferring to The House Magazine which she went on to edit (1995 and 1997) before becoming a freelance political journalist in the House of Commons Press Gallery. In 1999, she became a press secretary to the Liberal Democrat Leader, Charles Kennedy. In 2005, she presented the weekday drivetime show for LBC 97.3 in London. During 2006 and 2007, she regularly presented the ITV Weekend News.

What she offers you

An experienced and accomplished corporate facilitator and host who has hosted and chaired countless awards and conferences for a wide variety of clients, Daisy McAndrew will also provide brief speeches relating to Economics and Politics.

How she presents

Well used to the pressures of live events, Daisy has a relaxed manner and expertly presents and holds everything together, engaging well with audiences.


She presents in English.

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  • Politics
  • Current Affairs
  • The Economy
  • Host and Facilitator

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