Fraser Nelson

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Editor of The Spectator Fraser Nelson was educated at the Nairn Academy and the Dollar Academy before reading history at the University of Glasgow. In 1996, Nelson began working as The Times’ business correspondent and was political correspondent for The Scotsman. He joined The Spectator in 2006 as their political editor, becoming editor in 2009. In 2013, Nelson was awarded Editors’ Editor of the Year by the British Society of Magazine Editors, the highest accolade in the British magazine industry. He is also a columnist of the Daily Telegraph.

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