Kate Andrews

Economics Editor at The Spectator

Kate Andrews is the Economics Editor at the Spectator. She regularly features across the national media and writes a weekly column for the Daily Telegraph business pages.

"A high-flying analyst in the City"

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  • UK Economy
  • Government Policy
  • Political Realignment
  • Feminism can be Capitalism
  • The Future of UK Healthcare


She presents in English.

How she presents

Always well prepared, Kate is a relaxed and accomplished speaker for many kinds of audiences.

In Detail

Prior to her new role at the Spectator, Kate was the Associate Director for the free market think tank the Institute of Economic Affairs, overseeing the IEA's digital platforms. She has also worked as Head of Communications at the Adam Smith Institute and was an intern at Townhall.com and worked on the Romney for President and Linda McMahon for Senate campaigns in 2012. She regularly features across the national media, including appearances on BBC News, Sky News, Channel 4, Channel 5, ITV and BBC's Question Time. She has written for The Times, Spectator Coffee House, The Times' Red Box, and Conservative Home. Kate holds an MA in International Relations and Philosophy from University of St. Andrews.


Kate Andrews stresses the importance of looking at the whole picture of the political landscape. She suggests that it is not the information that we are receiving which is the problem, but people's attitudes towards that information.



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