Long lists


James Astill

Washington Correspondent, The Economist

James Astill is The Economist’s Washington correspondent and the fomer Political Editor and Bagehot columnist. @jamesmastill Submitted articles Bagehot: Leaner but meaner - The  Economist, 21/05/2015 Bagehot: The view from Grimsby - The Economist, 25/04/2015 David Cameron:


Rosie Blau

China correspondent, The Economist

Rosie Blau is China correspondent for The Economist. @RosieBlau Submitted Articles Park Life -The Economist, 19/12/2015 Young, single and what about it? - The Economist, 29/08/2015 The King and I - The Economist, 29/08/2015 Dream of the bed


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. @oliverbullough Submitted Articles Toxic Shock:


Iona Craig


Iona Craig is a freelance journalist. @ionacraig Submitted Articles Yemen civil war ripping society apart - Al Jazeera America, 18/06/201 The Battle for Aden - BBC Radio 4, 11/06/2015 Yemen’s Hidden War: How The Saudi-led Coalition

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David Gardner

International Affairs Editor, Financial Times

David Gardner is International Affairs Editor at the Financial Times. Submitted Articles Turkey: slipping into the vortex - Financial Times, 09/01/2015 The hideous dialectic of Isis savagery - Financial Times, 18/02/2015 Attacks on Shia mosques show


Shiraz Maher

The Guardian, New Statesman

Shiraz Maher is a freelance journalist and a Senior Fellow at the International Centre for the Study of Radicalisation, King’s College London. @ShirazMaher Sumbitted Articles The mutating terror threat: what do the


Douglas Murray

Standpoint, Spectator

Douglas Murray is Associate Director of the Henry Jackson Society and the author of Bloody Sunday: Truth, lies and the Saville Inquiry. @DouglasKMurray Submitted Articles Religion of Peace’ is not a harmless platitude


Peter Oborne


@OborneTweets Submitted Articles 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


Gideon Rachman

Chief Foreign Affairs Columnist, Financial Times

Gideon Rachman is the chief foreign affairs columnist for the Financial Times. @gideonrachman Submitted Articles Greece, Russia and the Politics of Humiliation - Financial Times, 09/03/2015 Vladimir Putin’s Survival Strategy Is Lies and Violence


David Smith

Washington Correspondent, The Guardian

David Smith is the Guardian’s Washington correspondent and the former Africa correspondent at the Guardian. @SmithInAmerica Submitted Articles Where Concorde once flew: the story of President Mobutu’s ‘African Versailles’ - The Guardian, 10/02/2015 Xenophobia


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

The Sunday Times

Submitted Articles Revealed: sport’s dirtiest secret - The Sunday Times, 02/08/2015 Shadow over the London Marathon - The Sunday Times, 09/09/2015 Athletics body blocks report on paid bribes to be at Games - The Sunday Times, 08/11/2015 2012

Rachel Sylvester

Columnist, The Times

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

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Louise Tickle

The Guardian, Family Law Journal

Louise Tickle is an education and social affairs journalist. @louisetickle Submitted Articles Her baby is taken into care. Then what? – The Guardian, 25/04/2015 No love lost - The Guardian, 07/11/2015 Sleepless nights reporting the family