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John Nicolson

John Nicolson was born in 1961 in Glasgow, Strathclyde, Scotland. He is an actor, known for The Trial of Tony Blair (2007), ITV News (1955) and The Wright Stuff (2000). See full bio »

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Known For

The Trial of Tony Blair
ITV News
ITV News Newsreader (2002-)
The Wright Stuff
The Wright Stuff Himself - Guest Panelist
Watchdog Himself - Reporter


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 2007 The Trial of Tony Blair (TV Movie)
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 2016 The Wright Stuff (TV Series)
Himself - Guest Panelist
- Easter Special (2016) ... Himself - Guest Panelist (as John Nicolson MP)
 2015 Question Time (TV Series)
- Episode dated 28 May 2015 (2015) ... Himself (as John Nicolson MP)
 1997 Watchdog (TV Series documentary)
Himself - Reporter
- Episode #13.1 (1997) ... Himself - Reporter
 1997 Election 97 (TV Movie)
Himself - Reporter
 1989 Breakfast News (TV Series)
 1987 Open to Question (TV Series)
Himself - Presenter
- Janet and Stewart Farrar: White Witches (1987) ... Himself - Presenter
 1955 ITV News (TV Series)
Newsreader (2002-)
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 2002 The Day That Shook the World (TV Movie)

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John Nicolson MP

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Personal Quote:

Do you think it's wrong, though, that Tim Farron should be asked about his views on morality? Because I don't. I find the prospect of a leader of a major political party who thinks that being gay is a sin in 2017, I think what planet is he on?


He is openly gay. He also takes a very hard line against people holding profound religious beliefs being allowed to lead political parties in the UK. He condemned Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron over rumours that he adheres to Old Testament teaching that homosexual acts are sinful.

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