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|Date of birth||April 8,1962|
|Education||Harvard Kennedy School|
|Department of Journalism, City University|
|St John's College, Oxford|
|The Ashcombe School|
|Movies/Shows||Mind the Gap: London vs the Rest|
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Post-Truth: Why We Have Reached Peak Bullshit and What We Can Do About It
New Penguin Business Dictionary
Your Idea Can Make You Rich
Travels With Pookie: A Humorous E-Mail Diary of Rv Travels to National Parks and Other Attractions in the Us
Hume Occasional Paper No. 31: the Nestle Takeover of Rowntree
1985 Benefit Reviews: The Effects of the Proposals
Economics for Advanced Level Dinner Parties
A Fruitless Marriage: Same-sex Couples and Partnership Rights
The Economist Books Dictionary of Economics
1992: Myths and Realities
Capital Controls: The Implications of Restricting Overseas Portfolio Capital
Alternative Proposals on Tax and Social Security
Made In Britain: How the Nation Earns Its Living
Evan Davis Life story
Evan Harold Davis is an English economist, journalist, and presenter for the BBC. Since autumn 2018, he has been the lead presenter of PM on BBC Radio 4. In October 2001, Davis took over from Peter Jay as the BBC's economics editor.
Mix-up: 'you called the wrong Robert Shapiro. '
... Evan Davis was interviewing experts about the messages that TV cameras can film in Crown Courts in England and Wales for the first time The PM program had a means of defending the book of the renowned US lawyer who helped successfully to OJ Simpson, to discuss the development with a retired judge of the Supreme court...
Grenfell Tower: Second apology over Jacob Rees-Mogg comments
... Asked by presenter Evan Davis if Mr Rees-Mogg was implying that he was cleverer than most people, Mr Bridgen replied: But we want very clever people running the country, don t we, Evan? That is a by-product of what Jacob is and that is why he is in a position of authority...
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