Pippa Crerar Biography
Pippa Crerar is a media personality serving as a political editor of the Daily Mirror. On 10th May 2022, Guardian News & Media announced her appointment as the Guardian’s new political editor a role she will take up later this year. Previously, she was the Guardian deputy political editor.
Pippa Crerar Age
She is 46 years old. She was born on June 19, 1976, in Edinburgh, Scotland.
Pippa Crerar Height
She is tall in stature but her exact height is undisclosed.
Pippa Crerar Nationality
Crerar is British by nationality.
Pippa Crerar Education
Crerar attended The Glasgow Academy and Newcastle University, where she studied English. She was also a Scott Trust Bursar on City University’s newspaper journalism postgraduate course.
Pippa Crerar Parents
Pippa was born in Edinburgh, Scotland. Her father ran a printing company while her mother Aline Wendy Dunlop was an early education emeritus professor at the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow.
When she was fifteen years old her family moved to Glasgow, Scotland.
Pippa Crerar Siblings
She has six siblings. Her sister Rosie is a filmmaker while her brother Simon is the founding editor of Buzzfeed OZ and Colin is the businessman in the Colin industry.
Pippa Crerar Husband
Pippa is married to Tom Whitehead, a journalist working for The Telegraph. The couple tied the knot on September 8, 2007, at the Lennoxlove House in Scotland. Together they are blessed with two sons and a daughter.
Pippa Crerar Daily Mirror
Crerar is the Guardian’s new political editor. Guardian News & Media announced her appointment on Tuesday 10th May 2022.
Crerar is currently political editor of the Daily Mirror, where she has delivered a string of remarkable political exclusives. In 2020, Crerar won a host of awards for her revelation – jointly with the Guardian’s Matthew Weaver
She joined the Daily Mirror in 2018, having previously worked as Guardian deputy political editor and for a decade as a political correspondent and City Hall editor at the Evening Standard. She began her journalistic career as a recipient of the Scott Trust bursary in 1999-2000.
“I’m absolutely delighted to be rejoining the Guardian as political editor, working alongside the brilliant politics team. I know that we’ll do great journalism together, holding politicians and power to account and shining a light on how their decisions impact all of us. I can’t wait to get started,” she said.
Crerar will join the Guardian later this year(2022), succeeding Heather Stewart, who has been political editor since 2016. Heather moves into a new Guardian role as a special correspondent, reporting on how the pandemic, Brexit, and the government’s ‘leveling-up’ agenda are changing lives and livelihoods in the UK.
Pippa Crerar Salary and Net Worth
Her salary and net worth are under review.
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