Rosa Prince is the author of Theresa May: The Enigmatic Prime Minister (Biteback, 2017), Comrade Corbyn: A Very Unlikely Coup: How Jeremy Corbyn Stormed to the Labour Leadership (Biteback, 2016), and Standing Down: Interviews with Retiring MPs (Biteback, 2015).
Born and raised in London, Rosa began her career in journalism at the Daily Mirror in 1997, where she covered major news stories at home and abroad before joining the parliamentary lobby in 2004. In 2007, she crossed the floor to the Daily Telegraph, where she became assistant political editor. Part of the team that broke the 2010 expenses scandal, she also spent three years in New York as the Telegraph’s US correspondent. She is now a freelance journalist and writer.