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Grace Blakeley is a British economics commentator and a research fellow at the Institute for Public Policy Research. She was appointed economics commentator at The New Statesman in January 2019. She is a democratic socialist, a supporter of the Labour Party and sits on the party's National Policy Forum.
|Born||26 June 1993 (age 26)|
|Alma mater||Lord Wandsworth College St Antony's College, Oxford|
Blakeley was educated at the fee-paying independent Lord Wandsworth College with one year at the comprehensive Sixth Form College, Farnborough, both in Hampshire, and graduated with a first in Politics, Philosophy and Economics at St Peter's College, Oxford. She then studied for a master’s degree in African Studies at St Antony's College, Oxford.
Blakeley has appeared on UK television as a politics and economics commentator.
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