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Oliver Bullough

Oliver Bullough is a journalist and the author of two books about Russian history and politics: The Last Man in Russia, and Let Our Fame Be Great which was shortlisted for the Orwell Prize for Books in 2011. @oliverbullough

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Iona Craig

Iona Craig is a freelance journalist. In 2015, she was recognized for her work as a Yemen correspondent at The Times of London, for which she was the recipient of the 2014 Martha Gellhorn prize.

@ionacraig

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Shiraz Maher

Shiraz Maher is a freelance journalist and a Senior Fellow at the International Centre for the Study of Radicalisation, King’s College London. @ShirazMaher

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Peter Oborne

@OborneTweets

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Ed Miliband’s critics hate him for his success – The Spectator, 14/02/2015 HSBC, Muslims and me – BBC Radio 4, 28/07/2015 From hubris to hell – Daily Mail, 26/12/2015 The siege of  Damascus: everyday life in Syria’s savage war – Middle East Eye, 28/09/2015 The New Language of Political Narcissism – Standpoint Magazine, 01/03/2015 The hypocrites have jumped aboard the Magna Carta – The Daily Telegraph, 08/01/2015

Gideon Rachman

Gideon Rachman became chief foreign affairs columnist for the Financial Times in July 2006. He joined the FT after a 15-year career at The Economist, which included spells as a foreign correspondent in Brussels, Washington and Bangkok. He also edited The Economist’s business and Asia sections. His particular interests include American foreign policy, the European Union and globalisation.

@gideonrachman

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The Sunday Times Insight Team (Jonathan Calvert, George Arbuthnott and David Collins)

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David Gardner

David Gardner is International Affairs Editor at the Financial Times.

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Rachel Sylvester

Rachel Sylvester is a political columnist at the Times. @RSylvesterTimes

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Osborne, the shape-shifting chancellor – The Times, 07/07/2015 Ministers at odds of Saudi prison deal – The Times, 13/10/2015 Labour is the party for down and out losers – The Times, 01/12/2015 Don’t abandon religion to the extremists – The Times, 08/12/2015 Labour is becoming the woman-hating party – The Times, 29/12/2015

James Astill

James Astill is The Economist’s Washington correspondent and the fomer Political Editor and Bagehot columnist. @jamesmastill

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Bagehot: Leaner but meaner – The  Economist, 21/05/2015 Bagehot: The view from Grimsby – The Economist, 25/04/2015 David Cameron: A lucky leader in an unlucky time – The Economist, 25/04/2015 Bagehot: The End of Industry – The Economist, 27/06/2015 US civil-military relations: Who will fight the next war? – The Economist, 24/10/2015 Donald Trump: The Greatest Show on Earth – The Economist, 05/12/2015

David Smith

David Smith has been Economics Editor of The Sunday Times since 1989, where he writes a weekly column. He is also chief leader-writer, an assistant editor and policy adviser. He also writes columns for The Times and other publications.

Rebecca Omonira-Oyekanmi

Rebecca Omonira-Oyekanmi

Rebecca’s work has been published by the Dominion of New York, the Guardian, the New Statesman, the Washington Post, the New Internationalist, the Independent, and Kvinfo. She is a Winston Churchill Travel Fellow, and spent her fellowship reporting on immigration and asylum in Greece, Italy, Spain, France and the UK. Rebecca is writer in residence at Lacuna, a new human rights magazine. She has also worked as an editorial assistant and special correspondent in the Washington Post’s London office, and as a business journalist writing and reporting on private finance initiatives for the Partnerships Bulletin magazine. Taken from Rebecca Omonira-Oyekanmi

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Mary Riddell

Mary Riddell

Mary Riddell is a columnist and political interviewer for the Daily Telegraph. She studied modern languages at Nottingham University and began her journalistic career in Lincolnshire, Oxford and Aberdeen before moving to London. Her previous jobs include women’s editor and assistant editor of the Daily Mirror and deputy editor of Today. Taken from telegraph.co.uk

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James Meek

James Meek is a writer and journalist, the author of five novels, most recently The Heart Broke In, and two books of short stories, as well as Private Island, a collection of essays about privatisation. His novel The People’s Act of Love won the Ondaatje Prize and was nominated for the Booker Prize. Meek was named Foreign Correspondent of the Year in 2004 in Britain’s Press Awards for his reporting on Iraq and Guantanamo Bay. He worked for the Guardian from 1994 to 2006. He is a contributing editor to the London Review of Books. Taken from The Guardian

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Anthony Loyd

Anthony Loyd is a war correspondent who writes regularly for The Times and contributes to other publications. 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.

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David Gardner

David Gardner is the FT‘s international affairs editor and author of Last Chance: The Middle East in the Balance. He was the paper’s Middle East editor from 1995-99. In 2003 he won the David Watt prize for political journalism for his writing on the Arab world.

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  • Lebanon on the brink – Financial Times Weekend Magazine, 17/05/2014
  • Iranian bombast belies its interest in a nuclear deal – Financial Times Weekend Magazine, 14/05/2014
  • Religion masks a lust for power in the Middle East – Financial Times Weekend Magazine, 08/07/2014
  • Look beyond Saudi Arabia for Sunni leadership – Financial Times Weekend Magazine, 08/08/2014
  • Isis shows political sophistication as ferocious as its fighters – Financial Times Weekend Magazine, 29/10/2014
  • A federal cure for a shattered Middle East – Financial Times Weekend Magazine, 23/12/2014

Melanie Phillips

Melanie Phillips

Melanie Phillips is a British journalist, broadcaster and author. Her weekly column, which is currently appearing in The Times, has appeared over the years in The Guardian, Observer, Sunday Times and Daily Mail. She has a weekly radio show on Voice of Israel, is a regular panellist on BBC Radio’s The Moral Maze and appears frequently on BBC TV’s signature political shows Question Time and The Daily Politics. She also writes regularly for the Jewish Chronicle and the Jerusalem Post. Her best-selling book Londonistan was published in 2006. She followed this in 2010 with The World Turned Upside Down: the Global Battle over God, Truth and Power. Guardian Angel, her most recent book, was published in 2013. Taken from melaniephillips.com  

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The peace process can’t deliver true justice (£) – The Times, 05/05/2014 UKIP isn’t a protest, it’s a counter-revolution (£) – The Times, 26/05/2014 Forget ISIS. Iran remains our deadliest foe (£) – The Times, 23/06/2014 Keep the censor away from lessons of history (£) – The Times, 30/06/2014 Israel abandoned – The Spectator, 19/07/2014 The murder of Christians is our guilty secret (£) – The Times, 17/11/2014