Lewis is Political Correspondent for Sky News. Based in its Westminster bureau he reports on politics up and down the country and beyond. Before this you may have seen him reporting for BBC Newsnight – the BBC’s flagship politics and current affairs TV programme. He has also reported for the Victoria Derbyshire programme, Radio 4 and BBC World. He reports on stories as varied as Euroscepticism in Clacton, the Paris terror attacks, and even enrolled in the world’s most famous clown school in Étampes. He has also presented many historical films for the BBC on subjects including the Easter Rising, the rise of the SDP and the 1945 General Election. He’s currently engaged on a major project for Sky the “Lewis Lorry” where he is touring the country for the next two years trying to shine light on how Brexit will affect businesses, places and people the rest of the media aren’t talking about. Lewis was also the co-presenter and producer of his own Radio 4 documentary, “Generation Right”, examining the idea that Millennials are moving to the right politically.
Tony Blair, Margaret Beckett, Roy Hattersley, Gerry Adams, Peter Mandelson, Jeremy Corbyn, Nick Clegg, Lord Peter Carrington, Shirley Williams, David Owen and Tessa Jowell are among the many major political figures Lewis has interviewed. He also conducted Denis Healey’s last interview before his death.
Before getting lost in the world of the BBC, Lewis worked at the UK’s leading left of centre think tank, the Institute of Public Policy Research (IPPR) and at ITV (where in his biggest challenge to date, he wrote questions for University Challenge). Following his graduation from St John’s College, Oxford in 2010 with a degree in History and Politics, Lewis also worked in the United States Congress and as an Entent Cordiale scholar in Paris.