Caroline Daniel is a British journalist and political commentator. Educated at St. Helen's School in London and at Cambridge University she was formerly a panelist for The McLaughlin Group and a regular commentator on NPR's Diane Rehm show. She then became the White House correspondent for The Financial Times, for whom she began work as an information technology correspondent in 1999. She won the presitigious Laurence Stern fellowship to the Washington Post in 1998 has been a writer for New Statesman and The Economist and had worked as a researcher for Gordon Brown, the Chancellor of the Exchequer of the United Kingdom. She was research editor for Values, Visions and Voices by Gordon Brown and Tony Wright and has had essays published by the IPPR and Demos.