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The Eagle’s Nest is filled with twiglets from Ireland, UK, the United States and elsewhere by a panel of contributors. Its Managing Editor is David Caldwell who is a writer, Blogger and political activist with a background in Finance and Public Transport. He has run the well regarded and widely referenced “Dáithaí C” Irish Expat Blog since 2007 and this and its Blog traffic have been merged with The Eagle. He has written on Transport, Political and London issues and contributed to The Guardian, London Evening Standard and BBC. A Labour Party activist and campaigner he has run for office in the UK in “True Blue” Bucks and assisted the Labour Campaign for Mayor of London in 2012.

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The Eagle will be casting its Cold Eye on these and many other issues but always with an edge, insight and a definite viewpoint – Don’t make the same mistake as the very last Czar and ignore the Eagle’s Eye!

For editorial, news items, contributions and commissions contact The Eagle using the form below.

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David Caldwell is available for freelance contributions on Irish interest, Transport, The Tube, London and UK Politics – please make initial contact by email. His background is in Finance, Business Analysis and Public Transport, latterly as Performance Reporting Manager for London Underground on which he is an SME. He is currently working on two publishing projects, The Great Circle Line Journey and The Story of Kos. A proud Dubliner he is now days found nesting in West Cork, Ireland close to the Wild Atlantic Way.

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Contact The Eagle

The Eagle’s Nest is filled with twiglets from Ireland, UK, the United States and elsewhere by a panel of contributors. Its Managing Editor is David Caldwell who is a writer, Blogger and political activist with a background in Finance and Public Transport. He has run the well regarded and widely referenced “Dáithaí C” Irish Expat Blog since 2007 and this and its Blog traffic have been merged with The Eagle. He has written on Transport, Political and London issues and contributed to The Guardian, London Evening Standard and BBC. A Labour Party activist and campaigner he has run for office in the UK in “True Blue” Bucks and assisted the Labour Campaign for Mayor of London in 2012.

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David Caldwell

The Eagle will be casting its Cold Eye on these and many other issues but always with an edge, insight and a definite viewpoint – Don’t make the same mistake as the very last Czar and ignore the Eagle’s Eye!

For editorial, news items, contributions and commissions contact The Eagle using the form below.

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Editorial Note:

David Caldwell is available for freelance contributions on Irish interest, Transport, The Tube, London and UK Politics – please make initial contact by email. His background is in Finance, Business Analysis and Public Transport, latterly as Performance Reporting Manager for London Underground on which he is an SME. He is currently working on two publishing projects, The Great Circle Line Journey and The Story of Kos. A proud Dubliner he is now days found nesting in West Cork, Ireland close to the Wild Atlantic Way.

David Caldwell LinkedIn profile

http://about.me/david.caldwell

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