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Noa Hoffman Wikipedia, The Sun, Journalist, Age, Biography, Instagram – With her article that prompted Boris Johnson to step down as British prime minister, Noa Hoffman, the new political correspondent for The Sun, made headlines across the internet. After Hoffman broke the news on 1 July about Tory deputy chief whip Chris Pincher resigning from his position after being accused of making unwanted approaches on two men, the public took notice of her.
Noa Hoffman Bio
|Age||24 – 28 years old|
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Noa Hoffman Educational Qualifications
|College or University||University of Edinburgh|
|Educational Degree||Master Degree|
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Noa Hoffman and Kate Ferguson, two journalists for The Sun, worked together to bring down a head of state, just like Woodward and Bernstein did fifty years ago.
Hoffman and Ferguson’s report went from tip to publication in about four hours as opposed to the more than four months that the Watergate inquiry took. The 25-year-old rising star Hoffman is eager to downplay her contribution to Boris Johnson’s demise.
She claims that a week prior to Boris Johnson’s eventual resignation, her outing of groping allegations against Tory deputy chief whip Chris Pincher was “one of the dominoes in a long line” of reports by various news sources that contributed to that point.
Just four days before breaking the news on 1 July that then-Tory deputy chief whip Chris Pincher had reportedly molested two men on a night out and resigned as a result, she left her first lobbying position at Politics Home and joined The Sun.
After Hoffman received the tip, it took the piece less than four hours to go from draught to publishing with aid from Sun deputy political editor Kate Ferguson and legal work. “It was very, very fast-moving and very exciting as well,” said Hoffman (seen on the left with the Sun lobby team) “but I definitely could not have done it without the support of The Sun and Kate in particular.”
Pincher had the whip taken away a day after Hoffman’s story went viral, but a week later he left Downing Street due to the backlash against how Boris Johnson handled the accusations and subsequent reports by outlets like the Mail on Sunday and BBC News that revealed the PM had known more than he had claimed about prior complaints.
Hoffman stated to Press Gazette: “Some people were claiming in a very polite way ‘this news has brought down the administration’ but that’s just very much wrong.
“It was one of the dominoes in a long line,” she said, citing the Partygate reports by Mirror political editor Pippa Crerar and ITV News UK editor Paul Brand about gatherings that broke the lockdown in Downing Street as well as the BBC News political correspondent Ione Wells’ report on July 4 that presented the “final evidence” that Johnson had previously been informed of a formal complaint against Pincher.
It’s incredibly wonderful – but also strange – to realise that you’ve played a part in history, Hoffman said. “So it was the result of so many different lobby stories,” Hoffman said.