Grace Blakeley Biography
Grace Blakeley is a media personality serving as a staff writer at Tribune and the host of a weekly podcast A World to Win. She is also the author of Stolen: How to save the world from financialization and The Corona Crash: How the Pandemic Will Change Capitalism. Previously, she was a research fellow at the Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR).
Grace Blakeley Age
She is 29 years old. She was born on June 26, 1993, in Basingstoke, Hampshire, England.
Grace Blakeley Height
She is 5 feet 7 inches tall.
Grace Blakeley Nationality
Blakeley is British.
Grace Blakeley Education
Grace was educated at prestigious Home Counties boarding school Lord Wandsworth College, which costs £34,650 per year for a full-time senior border, before spending 12 months at The Sixth Form College in Farnborough. She also graduated from Oxford with a First Class Honours Degree in Politics, Philosophy, and Economics. She then obtained a Master’s degree in African studies at St Antony’s College, Oxford.
While at Oxford, Grace wrote and performed her own music, and a YouTube video of her playing her love song Tear Me To Pieces has attracted 37,000 views – mainly from legions of adoring Corbynista fans. Her admirers wrote comments underneath such as: ‘Power to the people!’ and ‘Coming off listening to her talk about Breton Woods [sic] and now listening to this… I’ve never been more attracted to someone.’
Grace Blakeley Parents
She is half Welsh on her father’s side.
Grace Blakeley Husband
Grace is in a relationship with Tom Rosenthal, 34, who plays hapless estate agent Jonny in Friday Night Dinner. This was after she posted adorable pictures announcing the relationship.
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Blakeley is a staff writer at Tribune and the host of a weekly podcast A World to Win. She is also the author of Stolen: How to save the world from financialization, which analyses the rise and fall of finance-led growth and how we might move toward a new economic model.
After graduating, she worked as a management consultant for KPMG in their Public Sector and Healthcare Practice division. She then worked as a research fellow for a year at the left-wing think tank, Institute for Public Policy Research in Manchester, specializing in regional economic policy.
Blakeley joined the magazine New Statesman in January 2019 as its economics commentator, writing a fortnightly column and contributing to the website and podcasts. Her articles for the magazine included support for Lexit and a Green New Deal.
Blakeley became a staff writer for the democratic socialist magazine Tribune in January 2020. She sits on the Labour Party’s National Policy Forum, which is responsible for policy development. A prominent voice in the UK media, she features frequently on both radio and TV. She has appeared on numerous high-profile political programmes, including Question Time, Politics Live, and BBC This Week.
Her second book, The Corona Crash: How the Pandemic Will Change Capitalism, was published in October 2020.
Grace Blakeley Salary
Her salary ranges between $20,000 to $100,000.
Grace Blakeley Net Worth
She has an estimated net worth ranging between $1 million to $5 million.
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