Isabel Oakeshott is an award– winning political journalist and broadcaster, and International Editor at Talk TV. She was Political Editor of the Sunday Times, Political Editor-At-Large of the Daily Mail and has worked on many other national newspaper mastheads. A regular guest on BBC1’s flagship current affairs programme Question Time, she is also a freelance commentator for ITV’s Good Morning Britain, Sky News and many other BBC and commercial television and radio stations. She writes for The Spectator, the Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday. Her many scoops include an expose of diplomatic telegrams written by British Ambassador to the United States, Sir Kim Darroch, leading to his resignation. She has co-authored multiple high profile non– fiction books, including: Life Support, on the state of the NHS; White Flag?, on the state of the UK armed forces; Call Me Dave, an unauthorized biography of former Prime Minister David Cameron; and Farmageddon, an investigation into the true cost of cheap meat. The latter, written with a charity, has been translated into six languages.