Columnist, The Guardian
Jonathan Freedland is a columnist at the Guardian. He also regularly writes for the New York Review of Books and the Jewish Chronicle. He also presents ‘The Long View’ on Radio 4, and writes novels under the pseudonym Sam Bourne. He was shortlisted for the Orwell Prize for journalism in 2007.
Marking Margaret Thatcher’s passing: a battle over Britain’s present and future – The Guardian, 09/04/2013 Antisemitism doesn’t always come doing a Hitler salute – The Guardian, 04/10/2013 Why even atheists should be praying for Pope Francis – The Guardian, 15/11/2013 Woolwich attack: When killers strike, should we listen to what they say? – The Guardian, 24/05/2013 In Britain today rules, like taxes, are for the little people – The Guardian, 12/07/2013 The Unknown Maggie – The New York Review of Books, 26/09/2013