Adam Boulton Biography, Age, Family, Wife, Height, Salary, Net Worth, Interview

Adam Boulton Biography

Adam Boulton born as Thomas Adam Babington Boulton is a British journalist and broadcaster currently the Editor-at-large of Sky News and presenter of All Out Politics & Week In Review.

Adam Boulton Age

Boulton was born on 15 February 1959 in Reading, United Kingdom. He is 60 years old as of 2019

Adam Boulton Wife | Adam Boulton Family

His father was a doctor. He has been married twice. He first married Kerena Ann Boulton. The couple divorced after he had an affair with Tony Blair’s spin doctor Anji Hunter. This became front-page tabloid news in 2002. He is now married to Anji Hunter, an Englishwoman who works in public relations. The couple married in 2006

Adam Boulton Education

Boulton was studied at Tower House School, a preparatory school in south-west London, at St Andrew’s School, Pangbourne, a preparatory school in Berkshire, and at Westminster School, a boarding school for boys in Westminster in Central London, where he took A-levels in English, Mathematics, Physics, and Chemistry.  He then studied at Christ Church, Oxford, and Johns Hopkins University where he gained degrees in English and International Relations. He received an Honorary Doctorate of Business from Plymouth University in 2013.

Adam Boulton Twitter

Tweets by adamboultonSKY

Adam Boulton Net Worth

Boulton has not revealed his current salary. The total of his cars, houses, and assets is not revealed, the net worth is still under review

Adam Boulton Salary

He has not revealed his current salary. He has made a good fortune, the details about how many cars and houses he posses is still under review. There are no details available about his estimated net worth at present.

Adam Boulton Height

Discussing his body estimation, there are no subtleties accessible about Boulton’s height and weight. His hair shading is blonde/dim and his eye shading is blue.

Adam Boulton All Out Politics

He is the moderator of All Out Politics and Week In Review. He is likewise the previous political supervisor of Sky News. He is based at Sky News’ Westminster studios in Central London. He was beforehand the political manager of TV-am, an ITV early-morning broadcasting establishment holder.

He held the post of Sky’s Political Editor since being approached to build up its governmental issues group for the dispatch of the direct in 1989. He is the previous moderator of Sky News’ Sunday Live with Adam Boulton, and exhibited customary weekday news and political program on Sky News, entitled Boulton and Co from 2011 to 2014.

Adam Boulton Sunday Times

Boulton won the Royal Television Society’s preeminent Judge’s Award and was chosen the 2007 Chairman of the Parliamentary Lobby. He has composed for papers and magazines including The Times, Sunday Times, Guardian, Spectator, New Statesman, and Independent.

He has been a visitor of projects, for example, Newsnight, Bremner, Bird, and Fortune and Have I Got News for You. He has met each British Prime Minister from David Cameron back to Sir Alec Douglas-Home, universal stars and powerful figures.

Adam Boulton Extinction Rebellion Interview

Sky News’ Adam Boulton accuses climate protesters of ‘fascistic disruption’

Sky News presenter Adam Boulton has likened Extinction Rebellion protesters to fascists in a controversial interview with one of its founders.

Boulton accused the group of using “fascistic disruption” in protests aimed at convincing people to change their lifestyles, saying “I just simply do not understand what you think you’re achieving”.

The presenter was swiftly criticized by viewers who accused him of mischaracterizing the protesters.

It came just a day after the presenter attacked another Extinction Rebellion activist, suggesting the group was made up by “incompetent, middle class, self-indulgent people”.

The latest row came after Boulton asked Gail Bradbrook, co-founder of the group, about tactics its members have used – which have involved stopping traffic on a variety of busy roads in the center of the capital, including Oxford Circus and Parliament Square.

Adam Boulton Photo

“I just simply do not understand what you think you’re achieving by putting this particular kind of, you know – one does have to use the word fascistic – disruption of other people’s lives to make your argument,” Boulton said in the interview.

Dr. Bradbrook disputed his characterizations.

“I’m sorry, I’m really not OK with you calling us fascists – I don’t know what that’s about, but that’s up to you,” she said.

“Do you think the children are fascists when they’re going on school strike?”

She went on to argue that the government was failing to respond adequately to climate change and that action would only come through such protests.

“We know that social change doesn’t happen unless people get on the street and make their demands,” she said.

Boulton defended his language, saying: “No, but by fascist, I mean that you think you have the rights to impose your views on everyone else’s lifestyle.”

He said the group was not being “fully open about what you’re proposing”, including restrictions on eating meat or taking flights.

“This is actually dictating to people how they live their lives,” he continued.

“It’s not democratic at all.”

Dr. Bradbrook explained that one of the group’s demands was for randomly chosen citizens’ assemblies, in which people would gather together and decide the country’s response to climate change.

She added that politicians had indicated they “need a social movement like ours, to give them the permission” to make changes.

Numerous viewers criticized the interview, accusing Boulton of lacking impartiality and “gross misuse of words”.