Alex Spillius

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(journalist)
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BornMarch 1964
ResidenceUK
NationalityUK
Member ofForeign Desk Ltd
journalist of interest

"Alex served as Southeast Asia Correspondent, assistant foreign editor, Washington correspondent and Diplomatic correspondent for the Daily Telegraph. He was a senior media adviser to Prince Ali of Jordan’s FIFA presidential bid, and to the European Movement’s UK referendum campaign. He has spoken at Council of Europe and Chatham House events on the future of journalism."[1]

Activities

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Alex Spillius co-founded Foreign Desk Ltd‎‎.[2]

In May/Jun 2017, he published 3 articles, all about Brexit on Infacts.org.[3]

On 5 October 2017 he co-founded his own company, Alex Spillius Associates Ltd.[2]

Spillius is a member of the Journalism Trust Initiative "to rebuild confidence in the global media industry, launched by Reporters Sans Frontieres and the European Standardisation Committee (CEN). Partners include Agence France Presse, the European Broadcasting Union and the Global Editors Network.[4]


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Event Participated in

EventStartEndLocation(s)Description
Tackling Tools of Malign Influence1 November 20182 November 2018London
Frontline Club
Integrity Initiative conference about "Russian Propaganda"


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