Dan Wootton Tonight | Thursday 26th May

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The feistiest and most fun nightly news debate. A sharp take on the big stories, newsmaker interviews and celebrity guests. Dan promises no spin, no bias, no censorship – and no reason to go to bed.

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Daniel John William Wootton is a New Zealand born British journalist and broadcaster. He was executive editor of The Sun newspaper. In 2007, he joined the News of the World. In 2013, he joined The Sun on Sunday and became editor of the Bizarre column the following year. In 2021 Wootton left News UK to join MailOnline as a columnist and present a show on GB News.

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