Neil Henderson Biography
Neil Henderson is a British media personality serving as Home and Foreign News Editor at BBC News. Previously, Neil was a News Editor for ITN. He was also ITV’s Assistant Producer in Manchester.
Neil Henderson Age
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Neil stands at an average height. However, details regarding his actual height and other body measurements are currently not publicly available. We will update this section when the information is available.
Neil Henderson Education
Neil went to Cheadle Hulme School. He also graduated from Lancaster University with a Bachelor of Arts in English and Theatre.
Neil Henderson Parents
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Neil Henderson Wife
Henderson is a married man. However, his wife’s name is unknown.
Neil Henderson Salary
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Neil Henderson Net Worth
Neil has an estimated net worth of $1 million dollars as of 2022. This includes his assets, money, and income. He accumulates a huge amount of his wealth from his successful career as a media personality.
Neil Henderson BBC News
Since September 2000, Neil has been serving as Home and Foreign News Editor at BBC News. Neil is working across home and foreign news desks and in the field. Neil also has over 20 years of journalistic experience, including reporting, breaking news, special events, and managing teams and Bureaus in the UK and abroad.
Prior to joining BBC News, Neil was a News Editor for ITN. He also worked as ITV’s Assistant Producer in Manchester from the year1990 to 1995.
Neil Henderson Tomorrow’s Papers Today
Tomorrow’s Papers Today is a blog where one can see the next day’s UK newspaper front and back pages. It was started by colleague Nick Sutton in the early days of Twitter, in the year 2011. He would help out, before taking over in the year 2017 when Sutton stepped down.
During that time, Neil said Twitter has gone from “the best party that you could go to, ever” to “a toxic wasteland”.
In the year 2008, when Twitter launched, “it was full of people you would never normally meet, saying interesting things you would never normally hear. “It was an educational experience as much as a social experience.” Now, abuse and trolls are part of that experience – even if the audience as a whole is “largely appreciative”.
“While I’m willing to blame Brexit,” Neil said, “I’m not sure it’s wholly that. I think the problem is that our society is polarising.
“People are at odds and Twitter reflects that passion, that problem. The consensus isn’t there on Twitter. It’s people jutting into one another in a brittle, antagonistic kind of way.
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