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The British Library and 5x15- together we'll be exploring the news with those who shape it, write it and are the news!

Oliver Bullough

Oliver Bullough is an award-winning author and journalist, specialising in financial skulduggery. His financial exposé Moneyland (2018), was a Sunday Times business bestseller and a Waterstones Book of the Month. His new book (March 2022) is Butler to the World: How Britain became the servant of tycoons, tax dodgers, kleptocrats and criminals.


Rana Ayyub

Rana Ayyub is ranked among 10 global journalists who face maximum threats to their lives across the world. Her international bestseller Gujarat Files: Anatomy of a Cover-Up investigates state-sponsored genocide. In 2022 for the second time in three years, the UN wrote to India to protect her from state-enabled attacks in response to her journalism.


Ed Miliband

Ed Miliband is Shadow Secretary of State of Climate Change and Net Zero, and former Leader of the Labour Party. Since 2017 Ed has captured the imagination of millions with his podcast Reasons to Be Cheerful, which explores solutions to the challenges facing societies all around the world. His book Go Big addresses the most urgent of these problems, and argues that the key is to think big.


Gideon Rachman

Gideon Rachman is the FT’s Chief Foreign Affairs columnist. His new book The Age of the Strongman examines the new nationalism in Russia, Europe, and beyond, asking what forces are in place to keep these strongmen in check? In 2016 Gideon was European Press Prize’s Commentator of the Year.


Amelia Gentleman

Amelia Gentleman is a reporter for the Guardian. She was named Journalist of the Year at the 2019 British Journalism Awards and won the 2018 Paul Foot journalism award for her reportage on the Windrush scandal. She has also won the Orwell Prize and Feature Writer of the Year at the British Press Awards. Previously, she was Delhi correspondent for the International Herald Tribune, and Paris and Moscow correspondent for the Guardian. Her first book, The Windrush Betrayal, was shortlisted for the Orwell Prize for Political Writing 2020 and longlisted for the Baillie Gifford Prize 2019.


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