Who is Alex Phillips?
Alex Phillips is a British journalist and former politician working as a journalist at GB News. She joined the station in 2021.
Alex Phillips Age
Phillips has not shared any information regarding her age. It is therefore not known when she was born and raised and could be in her late 30s.
Who are Alex Phillips’s parents and siblings?
Phillips has not shared any information about her parents, siblings, uncles, aunts, cousins, or grandparents. However, the information concerning her family members and siblings is still under review and we’ll update the information once it is made available.
Alex Phillips Height |Weight |Measurements
The approximate height of Phillips is 5 feet 6 inches. According to the images and videos posted on her social media channels, she appears to be of average weight as well.
Is Alex Phillips married?|Dating
Philips has not shared any information about her husband. Hence it is not known whether she is in any romantic relationship. Information on her dating life will be available when she releases more information.
Alex Phillips’s Net worth?
Phillips has an estimated net worth of around $100 thousand to $ 1 million. She has this net worth from working as a journalist and former politician for several years.
Alex Phillips’s Salary|Income
Phillip is one of the greatest journalists working for GB News. Her estimated annual salary is around $20,000 to $ 80,000.
Alex Phillips High School and College
Phillips went to Grammar school at Denmark Road High School and later Sir Thomas Rich School in Gloucester. She then joined St Mary College at Durham University and broadcast journalism at Cardiff University.
Alex Phillips Profession
Philips started her working career in (UKIP) as head of media for three years. After the 2016 U.K.E.U United Kingdom European Union membership referendum she voted for Brexit. Phillips left UKIP and joined the Conservatives a few weeks after Theresa May had been elected as the leader there. Announcing Phillips as their candidate for the South East England constituency in the European Parliamentary elections in May 2019, the Brexit party.
The BBC Weekly Question Time panel featured Phillips on May 30, 2019, less than a week after the election. On President Uhuru Kenyatta’s successful 2017 re-election campaign, Phillips acknowledged that she had been working for SCL Group, the parent firm of Cambridge Analytica, since July of the same year. She had initially disputed her collaboration with Cambridge Analytica but claimed that SCL had subcontracted her work to them.
She was a member of the delegation for ties with South Africa, and Phillip was a member of the Committee on Development. On August 2, 2019, Phillip was chosen as the Bretix Party’s prospective parliament candidate (PPC) for Southampton Itchen. Additionally, Bretix Part declared that it would not run for any seats now held by Conservatives in the general election in 2019.
Phillips announced the next day that she would not be casting a ballot in the general election because her party had denied her the right to vote. She also later appeared as a contributor to The Daily Telegraph on the talkRADIO radio program. She made the announcement that she would be joining GB News in 2021. Later, she declared that she would be working with former BBC News reporter Simon McCoy.
Facts about Phillips
Real name: Alex Phillips
Age/date of birth: to be updated soon
Zodiac sign: Under review
Father: Under review
Mother: Under review
Siblings: to be updated soon
Husband: Under review
Children: to be updated soon
Here is a list of other journalists working alongside Phillips at GB News.
- Nana Akua
- Steve N Allen
- Patrick Christys
- Ellie Costello
- Martin Daubney (stand-in presenter)
- Gloria De Piero
- Isabel Webster
- Stephen Dixon
- Mercy Muroki
- Dan Wootton
- Mark Dolan
- Simon McCoy
- Alastair Stewart
- Colin Brazier
- Darren McCaffrey
- Neil Oliver