Tim Ross is best known for being an Editor at POLITICO Europe and a Freelance Journalist and author. He covers the UK and international politics and is currently based in London. Tim writes on his Linkedin that he has over 20 years of experience writing about politics, policy and current affairs.
Tim previously worked at New Statesman as an Executive Editor in Politico from Sep 2021 to Jan 2122. Tim worked at Bloomberg News joining as a Journalist from Sep 2016 to Oct 2018 where he covered Brexit and UK politics for Bloomberg News from Westminster. He also worked as a Political Editor (UK Government Team Leader)from Nov 2018 to Aug 2021 where lead a team of political reports and editors covering UK politics in London.
The other major publication he worked for in the Telegraph Media Group where he worked for 6 years. Tim started as a Social and Religious Affairs Editor from Oct 2010 to Oct 2011. He then started working as a Political correspondent from Oct 2011 and finally as a Senior Political Correspondent from Sep 2013 to Sep 2016 in Westminster.
Tim Ross Education & Books
For his education, Tim went to the University of Oxford for a degree in English Language and Literature / Letters from 1997 to 2000.
Tim has co-authored a book with Tom McTague. The book is named Betting The House, a Story of the 2017 Election. He has also written the acclaimed book on the 2015 election, Why the Tories Won.
Tim Ross Age
He is in his early 50s based on the time he graduated from the University of Oxford.
Tim Ross Wife & Children
He lives in London with his wife and their two sons.
Tim Ross Twitter
On Twitter, he describes himself as a journalist working for POLITICO Europe. He goes under the handle @TimRoss_1.