Michael Crick is political correspondent of Channel 4 News and also presents some Dispatches programmes for Channel 4 including Boris v Dave: The Battle for Europe. He recently presented on LBC Radio every Saturday morning.
He has been a journalist for more than 30 years, working for three of the great flagship TV programmes.
He was a founding member of Channel 4 News in 1982, and later served as C4N Washington Correspondent.
Crick joined the BBC in 1990, and worked on Panorama before joining Newsnight in 1992.
He won Royal Television Society awards in 1989 and 2002 and recently was named the 2013 RTS Specialist Journalist of the Year. He was political editor of Newsnight from 2007-11.
Crick is the author of several books, including biographies of Arthur Scargill, Jeffrey Archer and Alex Ferguson - which were all bestsellers - and of Michael Howard and Michael Heseltine.
It has been said that the five most terrifying words in the political lexicon are: "Michael Crick is in reception” .
It has also been said that “One of the crowning glories of the uncodified British constitution is called “Michael Crick”."
Ex-Special Advisor to the Office of the Prime Minister, Theo Bertram, had this to say about Michael - "If I was a Minister, I'd sooner face a million angry Tweeters & their online petitions, than one Michael Crick."