Long lists


Ghaith Abdul-Ahad

Foreign Correspondent, The Guardian

  Ghaith Abdul-Ahad is an Iraqi journalist, who has reported from Iraq, Afghanistan, Syria, and Libya. He is a Guardian foreign correspondent, and writes regularly for the London Review of Books.  


James Astill

Political editor, The Economist

James Astill is Political editor and Bagehot columnist of the Economist. He has previously worked as International Security editor, South Asia correspondent, and Energy and Environment editor for the Economist. Articles submitted


Aditya Chakrabortty

Economics leader writer, The Guardian

Aditya Chakrabortty is economics leader writer and columnist for the Guardian. He has previously worked as a senior producer on the BBC Ten o’clock News and on Newsnight. He has also written


David Cohen

Campaigns Editor, The Evening Standard

David Cohen is the Campaigns editor and chief feature writer for the London Evening Standard.   Submitted articles These young gangsters have lost so many friends …. Ricky was three when his


Matthew Engel

Columnist, the Financial Times

Matthew Engel is a columnist at the Financial Times. He previously worked for the Guardian for 25 years, and was the News International Visiting Professor of Media at the University of Oxford


Jonathan Freedland

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,


AA Gill

Features writer and critic, The Sunday Times

AA Gill is a writer and critic for the Sunday Times and Vanity Fair.   Submitted articles Welcome to death island - The Sunday Times Magazine, 08/12/2013 ‘My family name means I had to


Anthony Loyd

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,


Suzanne Moore

Columnist, The Guardian

Suzanne Moore is a columnist for the Guardian. She has previously written for the Daily Mail, the Independent, and the New Statesman.   Submitted articles In the digital economy, we’ll soon all


Caitlin Moran

Columnist, The Times

Caitlin Moran is a critic and columnist for the Times. She has won a number of awards for her journalism, including the 2010 British Press Awards for best columnist. Her first book,


Peter Oborne

Columnist, The Daily Telegraph

Peter Oborne is a journalist and author who joined the Telegraph in 2010 after writing for some years for the Daily Mail. He has also written for The Spectator,Prospect, The Observer, The Independent, the Evening Standard and the Sunday Mirror. His


Gideon Rachman

Chief Foreign Affairs Columnist, The Financial Times

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.


Mary Riddell

Columnist, The Daily Telegraph

Mary Riddell is a columnist for Daily Telegraph. A former deputy editor of Today, she has written for a number of national newspapers, including The Observer, on social, constitutional and foreign affairs, as well as


Paul Wood

World Affairs Correspondent, BBC

Paul Wood is the World Affairs Correspondent for the BBC. He was previously the defence and Middle East correspondent.           Submitted articles In Syria, Facing Danger From All


David Hencke

Correspondent, Exaro News

David Hencke is an investigative reporter for Exaro News. He has previously worked for the Guardian, the Tribune, and the Independent.   Submitted articles Rupert Murdoch secretly admits: I knew about bribing