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Isabel Oakeshott is the Sunday Times’ Political Editor and a commentator on BBC One’s Sunday Politics show.

In 2012, Isabel won Political Journalist of the Year at the UK Press Awards. It followed her exclusive story about the former energy secretary Chris Huhne and penalty points for speeding, which eventually led to his resignation from cabinet and a sensational criminal trial.

Isabel can been seen as a regular political commentator on the BBC News Channel and Sky News.

Twitter: @IsabelOakeshott

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