Watt (centre) chairs a discussion of Brexit, 2016
|Alma mater||University of York|
University of Wales, Cardiff
Watt attended King's College School before studying History at the University of York between 1986-1989, before studying for a postgraduate diploma in Journalism Studies at the University of Wales between 1989–90.[better source needed]
In 1997, he was based in London following his appointment as Political Correspondent for The Times, before joining The Guardian a year later where he worked as European Editor and Chief Political Correspondent. Between 2007 and 2008, he was the acting Political Editor for The Observer.
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