Written Question on Home Office: Newspaper Press

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Date Title Questioner
25 Apr 2019, 2:28 p.m. Home Office: Newspaper Press Sir Edward Davey

Question

To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, on how many occasions in the past year he has (a) been interviewed by and (b) written an op-ed for (i) The Times and The Sunday Times, (ii) The Daily Telegraph, (iii) The Guardian, (iv) The Sun, (v) The Daily Mail and The Mail on Sunday, (vi) The Mirror, (vii) The Daily Express, (viii) The Evening Standard and (ix) the Metro.

Answer (Victoria Atkins)

Over the last 12 months, the Secretary of State for the Home Department has been interviewed by the following publications on one occasion.

The Times/The Sunday Times, the Daily Telegraph, the Metro, the Daily Mail/Mail on Sunday.

He has not been interviewed by the Guardian, Sun, Mirror, Daily Express or Evening Standard.

He has written opeds for the following publications on the following number of occasions.

The Times/The Sunday Times: 2
The Daily Telegraph: 5
The Guardian: 1
The Sun: 1
The Daily Mail/ Mail on Sunday: 2
The Daily Express: 4

He was not written any opeds for the Evening Standard, The Mirror or Metro.


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