Saturday, April 4,  2020
Jo Johnson

Jo Johnson has been Member of Parliament for Orpington in the United Kingdom and a Member of the Public Accounts Committee since May 2010. Co-Chairman of the Indo-UK All Party Parliamentary Group, he recently co-edited Reconnecting Britain and India: Ideas for an Enhanced Partnership (Academic Foundation, 2011). He worked at The Financial Times between 1997 and 2010 in various roles, including Associate Editor, Editor of the Lex Column, South Asia Bureau Chief and Paris Correspondent. He remains a Contributing Editor of The Financial Times. A graduate of Balliol College, Oxford, he is married with two children.


Facebookers 0, Holybookers 1The liberal parties now taking shape are chronically fragmented, badly organised, overwhelmingly urban and lacking in leadership.  The result is that liberal democracy will not replace despotism as easily as Washington and London might hope


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