Isabel Oakeshott Bio, Age, Height, Family, Husband, TalkTV, Books

Isabel Oakeshott

Isabel Oakeshott Biography

Isabel Oakeshott is a media personality serving as a commentator, panelist, and International Editor for TalkTV. She has also co-authored multiple high-profile non-fiction books. Previously, she was the Presenter of the Friday lunchtime political program The Briefing with Isabel Oakeshott at GB News.

Isabel Oakeshott Age

Oakeshott is 48 years old. She was born on June 12, 1974, in Westminster, London, United Kingdom.

Isabel Oakeshott Height

She is tall in stature but her height is undisclosed.

Isabel Oakeshott Nationality

She is British by nationality.

Isabel Oakeshott Education

Oakeshott attended Gordonstoun School in Moray, Scotland, from 1990-1992. She also graduated in 1996 with a Bachelor’s degree in History from the University of Bristol.

Isabel Oakeshott Parents

There is no information about her parents. However, she is related to life peer Matthew Oakeshott and the liberal-conservative philosopher Michael Oakeshott.

Isabel Oakeshott Sister

Her sister Veronica Oakeshott is a policy and campaigns professional with fifteen years of experience in the UK and Africa. In 2015, she was elected a Labour councilor.

Veronica graduated from Newcastle University in 2002 with a BA in Politics. She also earned an MA in Political Campaigning and Reporting from City, University of London in 2010.

Currently, Veronica is the Head of Forests Policy and Advocacy at Global Witness. She joined the Organization in Sep 2021.

Isabel Oakeshott Husband

Oakeshott was married to Nigel Rosser and they have three children. In 2018, she separated from her husband and began a relationship with Richard Tice, a British businessman, and politician who has been the Leader of Reform UK since 6 March 2021.

Richard was born in 1964 in Farnham, Surrey. He began a relationship with Oakeshott in 2018 and separated from his wife in March 2019.

In 2019, he stood as a Brexit Party MEP candidate in the European elections. He was subsequently elected as a member of the European Parliament for the East of England. In addition, he is CEO of Quidnet Capital, an asset management company based in Mayfair.

Isabel Oakeshott TalkTV

Isabel is an award-winning journalist and broadcaster. She joined TalkTV as a commentator, panelist, and International Editor.

Isabel, formerly Political Editor at The Sunday Times, will become a regular commentator and panelist on the station’s major new evening news and current affairs program, hosted by Tom Newton Dunn. She will also take the role of International Editor for TalkTV, reporting on key news events from across the globe. Isabel will also appear regularly elsewhere in the TalkTV schedule.

TalkTV’s flagship, hour-long prime-time news program will give viewers the news that matters to them in a straight and balanced way. News UK’s stable of specialist journalists from print and broadcast will join Tom every night to share the very latest in their fields, from The Times‘s political team to The Sun‘s showbiz desk, talkSPORT‘s correspondents as well as business reporters from across News Corp’s titles. It will also feature agenda-setting interviews and a regular discussion panel drawn from across the political spectrum.


Isabel said: “I’m delighted to be returning to News UK, which is both a bastion of free speech and home to a wealth of world-class journalistic talent. I’m excited to be joining Tom’s show as a regular commentator, as it seeks to redefine broadcast news and current affairs for contemporary audiences. And in my new role as International Editor, I look forward to reporting on the ground, on the biggest global news stories across the globe.”

Isabel Oakeshott Daily Mail

Oakeshott began her career in journalism working in Scotland for the East Lothian Courier, Edinburgh Evening News, Daily Record, Sunday Mirror, and Daily Mail, before returning to London and joining the Evening Standard as the Health correspondent.

After three years, Oakeshott moved to The Sunday Times in 2006 as deputy political editor, becoming political editor in 2010, and remained until 2014. Oakeshott was awarded the title “Political Journalist of the Year” at 2011 The Press Awards.

In 2013, while at The Sunday Times, she persuaded Vicky Pryce to implicate her estranged husband, former Liberal Democrat MP and Cabinet minister Chris Huhne, in having committed the offense of perverting the course of justice, leading to the case R v Huhne, and to both Pryce and Huhne being convicted and imprisoned.

Oakeshott has also appeared as a panelist on the BBC’s Daily Politics, as well as on BBC TV’s Question Time, and has been a contributor to Sky News’ Press Preview program.

Between February 2016 and early 2017, Oakeshott was the Daily Mail’s political editor-at-large. In 2019, she wrote a series of articles for The Mail on Sunday based on leaked diplomatic memos written by the British Ambassador to the United States Sir Kim Darroch, where he criticized the Trump administration. The leak led to his resignation.

In July 2019 The Guardian amended an article by its parliamentary sketch writer John Crace which contained a sentence that had potentially implied that Oakeshott obtained the Darroch emails by sleeping with Nigel Farage or Arron Banks. At the time, she called the comment “demonstrably false and extraordinarily sexist”. The newspaper later apologized to Oakeshott.

In October 2021, she joined GB News as the presenter of the Friday lunchtime political program The Briefing with Isabel Oakeshott, hosting 22 hour-long episodes up until the end of March 2022.

Isabel Oakeshott Books

Oakeshott has co-authored multiple high-profile non-fiction books, including Life Support, on the state of the NHS; Call Me Dave, an unauthorized biography of former Prime Minister David Cameron; White Flag?, on the state of the UK armed forces; and Farmageddon, an investigation into the true cost of cheap meat. The latter, written with a charity, has been translated into five languages.

Isabel Oakeshott Salary

Her annual salary ranges from £20,000 to £100,000.

Isabel Oakeshott Net Worth

She has an estimated net worth ranging from £1 million to £5 million.

Isabel Oakeshott Instagram

She does not have an Instagram account.

Isabel Oakeshott Twitter


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