Author, journalist, and politician, Daniel Finkelstein holds exceptional gravitas in Britain's intellectual and administrative realm. Born and raised in London to politically exiled parents, Daniel's unique upbringing propelled him into the world of politics and journalism. Currently, he is the Associate Editor, Columnist, and Leader Writer for The Times, known for his insightful analysis and engaging writing style.
Daniel Finkelstein carries a background in politics that lends authority to his articulate journalistic voice. He has served the Conservative Party of the United Kingdom in various capacities, including as the Director of the Conservative Research Department. In 2013, he was rewarded with a life peerage and introduced to the House of Lords as Baron Finkelstein, fortifying his political credentials.
In addition to his career in journalism and politics, Daniel is a fan of football and serves as a board member for the Jewish Chronicle newspaper. As an author, he has contributed chapters to various books and published numerous powerful articles exploring the interplay of politics, culture, and society. His work is characterized by a rich balance between his profound understanding of political theory and contemporary global affairs, making him a prominent voice in British journalism and literature.