Nicholas is an author and commentator on politics and the media. He was a BBC industrial and political correspondent for 30 years and has written extensively on issues affecting the standards and practice of journalism. Nicholas began his career as a journalist in 1960, and after working on local evening newspapers in Portsmouth and Oxford, he became a parliamentary and political reporter for The Times in 1968 and joined the BBC in 1972.
How did cartoonists depict the heroes and villains, police brutality, working class solidarity and growing despair of miners’ communities starved...Read more
Nicholas Jones reviews A Glorious History through the lens of the punishing conditions his grandfather experienced in the printing industryRead more
From the outset of the Tory leadership campaign Truss promised a hardline crackdown on unions. Did she deliberately draw their...Read more
Former BBC political correspondent Nicholas Jones assesses the challenges ahead for the BBCRead more
Are we in for a 'winter of discontent', similar to the 1970s, and will this be the tipping point for...Read more
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