'Sometimes there is no training in journalism', he said. He had his first journalistic job in 1990 and since then he has worked in national newspapers, broadcasting and now in the Parliament.
'Political reporting is quite hard and competitive and usually the relationship between journalists and politicians is parasitic', he said.
The Sunday papers is one of the things that he hasn't missed at all. According to him, it is really stressful to realise on Friday afternoon that you don't have a story to publish on Sunday.
It hasn't happened few times to him to receive calls from Sunday journalists that in the beginning wanted to chat with him and then he understood that what they wanted is to ask if he had a story that they could use at the Sunday paper.
As a blogger, he didn't hesitate to refer to the role of social media today. 'Social media are complementary to each other', he pointed out. Blogging, for instance, is a good way to get noticed, display your words and enrich your CV.