This is the website of the British journalist, Tim Dawson.  I am the author of several books, write regularly for national newspapers and magazines and produce audio visual packages for a variety of organisations. For twenty years, I wrote weekly for The Sunday Times and was a section editor on that paper for over a decade.  I am always looking for new outlets for my work.
I also undertake work as a photographer, trainer, speaker, conference chair and facilitator, a PR, a copywriter, and an event and project manager.
I have been a member of the executive of the National Union of Journalists since the late 1990s and served as the union's president between 2016 and 2018. I currently convene the International Federation of Journalists expert group on the surveillance of journalists.  I write about  NUJ-related matters here. In this capacity, I regularly speak at major public events including recent meetings at the Palace of Westminster, the European buy phentermine hcl online Parliament and the Trades Union Congress.
Current and previous clients include:
Newspapers The Times, The Sunday Times, The Independent, The Guardian, Scotland On Sunday, The Scotsman, The Daily Telegraph, The Sunday Telegraph, The Western Mail, The Herald, The Morning Star and The Daily Star (Beirut), Humanité (France).
Magazines The New Statesman, Prospect, The Times Education Supplement, The Surveyor, Housing Today, New Civil Engineer, People Weekly (US), Cycling Plus, Bicycling (US), People Management, and Amateur Photographer. Copywriting, campaign management and event reporting The Royal National Institute for Deaf People, The GMB, The Edinburgh International Festival, Electric Word plc, Prostate Scotland, Nautilus International, The International Federation of Journalists, The Authors Licensing and Collecting Society, and Electric Word plc. Training The Guild of Health Writers, HBOS, The Royal Bank of Scotland, The Labour party, The National Union of Journalists, The National Union of Students, Acanthus Architects, Wilson James plc, the Victoria and Albert Museum, and the International Federation of Journalists. Audio-visual Byline, Prostate Scotland, NHS Highland

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robert liebermann

Hi Tim – /very/ glad to see your Cycling books website has been resurrected from the dead/hijackers. I’ve found it an immense reference the last few years or so as I’ve dove into the literature of English cycling (esp. touring) ~20s-80s. Maybe it was illegal, but I saved a copy of the CB website late 2016, before it got hijacked for reference (for frequent offline study – I don’t have internet at home). So, if for some reason you need a copy let me know! Hoping you can get the full old content back up! I’d also offer free any assistance in that if needed.


You seem to end mid sentence. I have worked as a journalist in the UK since 1988. I am not involved in any pro-Brexit campaigns.

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