[The Guardian] - He is just as at home in uncompromising grown-up drama as he is in the likes of Doctor Who and Life on Mars and has a CV that reads like a list of some of the best dramas of the past 15 years, from Jimmy McGovern's The Lakes and Paul Abbott's State of
[Radio Times] - John Simm made a memorable appearance in the first episode of Paul Abbott's drama series set in a textiles factory. As former HGV driver Stuart, he turned up 13 months after his family reported him missing, claiming to be suffering from amnesia – but
[The Commentator] - Maurice Glasman may be sensible on some issues, but he's absolutely wrong about this. It's the economy, stupid. If Labour don't grasp this, they will be in Opposition for the long haul. Paul Abbott is a Senior Researcher to a Conservative MP.