Correspondent, The Times
Anthony Loyd is a war correspondent who writes regularly for The Times and contributes to other publications, including Standpoint. He has written two books about his experiences in war zones in Chechnya, Yugoslavia, Sierra Leone, Afghanistan and Iraq: My War Gone by, I Miss it So and Another Bloody Love Letter. He was shortlisted for the Orwell Prize for journalism in 2010.
- Sitting Out the Night Time Fighting in Syria – The Times, 15/07/2013
- Face to Face with the New Enemy in Syria – The Times, 19/09/2013
- How Can My England Ignore These Horrors – The Times, 31/08/2013
- Revealed: tragic victims of Syria’s nerve gas war – The Times, 26/04/2013
- Dark Secrets of Baghdad’s death row slaughterhouse – The Times, 10/12/2013
- Al Qaeda Eyes Gaddafi’s Uranium and Missiles – The Times, 22/10/2013