Gawain Towler

Gawain Towler is a veteran press officer for the broader Eurosceptic cause, working first for UKIP and latterly for the Brexit Party. Since then he has branched out into commentary on broader issues of foreign affairs, society, and culture and is published in a variety of media.

A once iconic sport is in retreat across the Western World

The bullish but beleaguered PM has more enemies at home than he does abroad

Social distancing means something different up here

Has Robert Peel been reincarnated as the Chief Constable for Manchester?

Each constituency has a unique and fascinating history

…as long as you’re not from the UK. How the government has gaslit British workers

‘The story of Brexit will not get a fair hearing unless we create that space for ourselves’ — Gawain Towler on the plan to make the Museum of Brexit a reality

If GB news wants to start up with a bang, they could do worse than signing Nigel Farage

The theory that Brexit was caused by a religious fervour deliberately fostered by the Leave campaign is a case of the pot calling the kettle black

Once home to a nineteenth-century prison and London’s working classes, Gawain Towler explores the diverse architecture of Millbank