Dawn Neesom Wikipedia, Age, Height, Married, Husband, Tattoos
Dawn Neesom Wikipedia, Age, Height, Married, Husband, Tattoos – A well-known British journalist and former editor of the Daily Star, Dawn Neesom. Since December 2003 and to the end of February 2018, she was the editor of the Daily Star. She started off as a communist and, as of September 2018, has worked for the Woman’s Own. In 1993, she spent four years working for Sun Newspaper and was a talkRADIO radio host.
Dawn Neesom Bio
|Age||58 years old|
|Date Of Birth||11 December 1964|
|Zodiac Sign||Not Known|
|Birthplace||Stratford, London, United Kingdom|
|Hometown||Stratford, London, United Kingdom|
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Dawn Neesom Educational Qualifications
|College or University||Not Known|
Dawn Neesom Family
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Dawn Neesom’s Marital Status
|Spouse Name||Mark Neesom|
|Married Date||Not Known|
Dawn Neesom Collection & Net Worth
|Net Worth in Dollars||5 Million|
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Dawn Neesom News
The Intergenerational Foundation co-founder Angus Hanton and Dawn Neesom have disagreed on how retirement payments should be allocated. They spoke on Breakfast with Eamonn Holmes and Isabel Webster to discuss whether the UK’s over-60s are currently entitled to an excessive number of discounts.
Hanton calls himself a “self-confessed baby boomer,” and his foundation seeks to “promote intergenerational fairness and protect the interests of younger and future generations across all areas of policy.”
The baby boomers are the wealthiest generation ever, and there is also a sense of entitlement, he claimed. Things have become routine for us.
“The free TV licence has changed thankfully; it used to be for any household members who are over 75. Now that it has been restricted to people receiving pension benefits, many of the other benefits received by my generation need to follow suit. Journalist Dawn Neesom, however, blasted Hanton for his idea.
Neesom asserted, “It wasn’t easy when we were young, we’ve worked hard all our lives, the pension isn’t a benefit it’s something you’ve worked hard for and contributed to all your life,” in response to Hanton’s criticism of the difficulties “baby boomers” had had in their youth.