David Whitehouse is an award-winning novelist, journalist and screenwriter. His first novel, Bed, won the 2012 Betty Trask Award and was published in eighteen languages, and his second novel, Mobile Library, won the Jerwood Fiction Uncovered Prize. David writes regularly for the Guardian and The Times and is editor-at-large of ShortList magazine. Originally from Warwickshire, he now lives in London
RT @garyhe: Macron's handshake looks intense https://t.co/6stLPxwISZ
by @d_whitehouse - 13 hours ago
The house we are building will be strong and stable. It will be made out of dogshit and we will all live in it. Poor/sick in small bedroom.
by @d_whitehouse - 3 days ago
The Conservatives haven't performed a U-Turn. They've half-rescinded the offer of some dog shit because the term 'dementia tax' sounds awful
@jeremymark7 Yes that's one of the symptoms. Get well soon.
by @d_whitehouse - 7 days ago
@jeremymark7 Sorry to hear your bad news.
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