Dominique Samuels

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(activist, journalist, writer)
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BornDominique Taegon Samuels
12 December 1998
Great Britain
Alma materUniversity of York
Interests • Brexit
• COVID-19/Resistance
British political commentator.

Dominique Samuels is a British political commentator and freelance writer. She is a part of conservative Generation Z, and is known for her activism around Brexit and COVID.

She has become a regular in UK corporate media, airing non-mainstream views on ITV, Channel 5 and GB News. She has written for the Daily Mail and The Sun.

Early life

She was born in Great Britain into a working class family. She has opened up about her father who committed suicide.[1]


She graduated from the University of York. She opposed efforts to introduce a "Working Class Officer" at the York University Students Union arguing against what she alleged as patronising identity politics.[2]


She became famous for being a pro-Brexit activist.

She was affiliated with Turning Point UK from 2019 to 2020.[3]

Her appearance on ITV Good Morning Britain in June 2021 resulted in 2,000 complaints to Ofcom.[4] She did not have the COVID vaccine as being a “young person” and did not “believe” she needed it.[5]

She is a regular contributor on GB News. She is involved with the Together Declaration.[6]


“New evidence shows the vaxxed are just as infectious as the unvaxxed. There are no arguments left for vaccine passports. They aren’t scientific, but they are discriminatory and tyrannical. If you still support them, you support discrimination. At least be honest about it!”
Dominique Samuels (19 August 2021)  [7]

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