Lewis Goodall is a political correspondent for Sky News.
He joined Sky from the BBC’s Newsnight programme where he had spent three years reporting on and producing some of the major political stories of the day.
Prior to joining the BBC, Lewis worked for the Institute of Public Policy Research and at ITV (where in his biggest challenge to date, he wrote questions for University Challenge).
Following his graduation from St John’s College, Oxford in 2010 with a degree in History and Politics, Lewis also worked in the United States Congress.
He is currently writing a book on the history of the Labour party and the future of the left to be published by William Collins in 2018.
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