Andrew Neil is a Scottish journalist and broadcaster who is the chairman of soon to be launched British television news channel – GB News – backed by the US Discovery, Inc. He has worked for the BBC for 25 years – 1995 to 2020 – hosting various political programmes like This Week, Daily Politics, Politics Live and The Andrew Neil Show. One of the toughest political interviewers, he has been called “the most forensic interviewer in broadcasting” by The Times. Before joining BBC, he spent eleven years as an editor with Sunday Times. During this time, he helped Rupert Murdoch establish Sky TV, Britain’s first multi-channel satellite TV platform. Still before, he worked for The Economist for a decade. He has also worked as the CEO and editor-in-chief of Press Holdings Media Group and is currently its chairman. He is the chairman of ITP Media Group too which publishes over 60 magazines in Arabic and English. The veteran broadcaster has also worked for radio.