Lisa Haseldine

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Parents • Mariana Haseldine
• Richard Haseldine
SiblingsAlex Haseldine

Lisa Haseldine is The Spectator magazine's assistant online editor, having previously been a local news reporter for MyLondon covering Ealing, Hillingdon and Hounslow.[1]

She describes herself as "half Russian", thanks to her mother, Mariana.[2]

Recent online articles

Russian speaker

Interviewing Dmitry Baltrukov (15:39 to 27:41)

In September 2022, Lisa Haseldine spoke in Russian when she interviewed dissident Dmitry Baltrukov in "The Week in 60 Minutes" on SpectatorTV.

The full line-up for "The Week in 60 Minutes" was Katy Balls, The Spectator's deputy political editor, who was joined by journalist Peter Hitchens; Spectator contributor Paul Wood; Spectator's economics editor Kate Andrews; political editor James Forsyth; assistant editor Isabel Hardman; news editor John Connolly; and assistant online editor Lisa Haseldine.[3]

On 22 September 2022, Lisa Haseldine tweeted:

"For my first @spectator magazine piece I spoke to insanely brave Russian local councillors about a petition + letter they signed calling for Putin to be removed from power. Now, more than ever, their words are important.
"Read it here: ‘Staying silent isn’t an option’ – meet Putin’s new opposition"[4]

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