Meet the Pack
Wolves of Westminster is a political blog publishing analysis and opinion pieces. The news agenda we separately cover on Twitter is that of a centre-right / liberal perspective. We champion individual liberty, freedom of expression and pro-Unionism. We aim to expose the truth and hold those in power to account, and we are always interested in hearing from new writers or for any media enquiries.
Help Fund Our Journalism
The Wolves are completely dependent upon the generosity of donors for the work we do. Anything you can give to help us will be gratefully received!
Ted is a freelance journalist and Editor of the site. He is passionate about foreign affairs and is currently studying for an MA in Diplomacy and Foreign Policy at City University, London.
Patrick TimmsDeputy Editor
Patrick is a political commentator and freelance translator, with a background in educational IT. In 2019, he stood as a Conservative Cllr candidate in Crewe.
James ChallinorNon-Executive Director
James is the Founder and now Non-Executive Director of Wolves. His work involves managing medium-sized business portfolios.
Jack WaltersSketch Writer
Jack is a History student at UCL. He has previously conducted political research used by The Telegraph and written for The Daily Express and Brexit Central.
Hugo SuggPolitical Correspondent
Hugo is our Political Correspondent. As an aspiring MP and passionate campaigner, he's worked tirelessly on issues such as homelessness, and the future of our democracy. He is also the CEO of a charity responding to homelessness.
William is a political commentator and journalism student. His writing focuses on politics, society and culture in Britain.
Jonathan is a political reporter and commentator. He has been a senior contributor for a number of conservative sites. His interests include philosophy and sociology.
Andrew is a political reporter and researcher. He has been a writer for a number of political and financial sites. His interests include classical history and rowing.
Zeena is a political opinion writer and a Masters student at the University of York. She has a Politics Degree from De Montfort University. Her interests – alongside politics – include anthropology and ethics.