Sarah Baxter

Sarah worked for Virago Press and was political editor of the New Statesman before joining the Sunday Times in1996. She went on to cover the 9/11 attacks as New York correspondent and the election of Barack Obama as Washington Bureau Chief, before returning to London to edit The Sunday Times Magazine. In 2014 she became deputy editor of the newspaper and has written a weekly column for five years. She leaves the Sunday Times in July 2020 and will be moving back to America to write a book and report on US affairs.
Has Labour Really Changed? The Future of the Labour Party – Virtual Event
In the midst of a global pandemic, the Labour party has a new leader, a new shadow cabinet and a new general secretary. The replacement of Jeremy Corbyn by Keir Starmer is regarded as a new dawn for the party. But how real is this? How can Labour recover from the stain of antisemitism and become an electoral force again? Two experts on Labour’s past discuss its future. Presented with our long-standing partner, Kings Place Click here to buy ...