Press Club honours top political editor

Nigel Morris made honorary life member at first celebrity lunch 

Nigel Morris, former political editor of the Daily Mirror, the Independent and the i newspaper, was guest speaker at Birmingham Press Club’s first celebrity luncheon held since the start of the Covid-19 outbreak. A former Birmingham Post political correspondent, Nigel discussed his 30-year career in a Q&A session with Press Club president Bob Warman before being installed as an honorary life member and presented with the club’s traditional bugle, crafted by famous Birmingham-based Acme Whistles. Amazon UK sponsored the event, which was held at Park Regis Birmingham.


1 Carolyn Quinn-Morris, Nigel Morris, Bob Warman, Andy Street, Llewela Bailey

2 Brian Conway, Beryl Williams, Howard Bennett, Kay Alexande, Jenny Wilkes

3 Anita Sharma-James, Alan Carruthers, Sue Green

4 Anne and Steven Dann

5 Euan Rose,  Johannah Dyer, Carolyn Quinn-Morris

6 Hazel Horton-Peppercorn, Michelle Sutcliffe, John Sutcliffe, Steve Hall, Dianne Hall

7 John Duckers, Val Deeley, Nick Hudson, Peter Brookes

8 Fionnuala Bourke, Brian Doogan, Helen Stevens

9 Graham Young, Nigel Morris, Fred Bromwich

Photography by Ian Tennant