Laurence Paul Fox – born 1978 – is a actor and former presenter at GB News.
A member of the entertainment industry’s Fox family, he graduated from the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art and debuted in the film The Hole (2001).
His best known role is James Hathaway in the drama series Lewis (2006–2015).
He has also released a studio album titled Holding Patterns (2016).
A conservative, Fox publicly spoke out against the George Floyd protests and COVID-19 vaccines in 2020.
After founding the right-wing populist political party Reclaim, he stood unsuccessfully in the 2021 London mayoral election in opposition to what he deemed “extreme political correctness”.
He gained 1.9% of the vote, thus losing his election deposit.
Dominic Frisby – born September 1969 – is a British author, comedian and voice actor. He is best known as co-host of television programme Money Pit. Frisby has previously expressed his support for Brexit by writing and performing “17 Million...
Mark Steyn – born December 8, 1959 – is a Canadian author. He has written several books, including the New York Times bestsellers America Alone: The End of the World As We Know It, After America: Get Ready for Armageddon...
Olivia Guthrie is a news reporter at Good Morning Britain. She joined GB News in November 2021 and read the news headlines at the top of the hour. Olivia left GB News in August 2022.