Peter Oborne writes here in his personal capacity. He is the former chief political commentator of The Daily Telegraph. He has written a number of books identifying the power structures that lurk behind political discourse, including 'The Triumph of the Political Class'. He is a regular on BBC programmes 'Any Questions' and 'Question Time' and often presents 'The Week in Westminster'. He was voted Columnist of the Year at the Press Awards in 2013.
Why I have resigned from the Telegraph
The coverage of HSBC in Britain's Telegraph is a fraud on its readers. If major newspapers allow corporations to...
The hypocrites have jumped aboard the Magna Carta bandwagon
Neither the Government nor the VIPs celebrating the historic charter's anniversary give a damn about its principles.
Open for business?
The timing of HSBC’s decision to shut down the bank account could not have come at a worse moment for the Ummah...
US scuppered deal with Iran in 2005, says then British Foreign Minister
Talks foundered because the US insisted that Iran must not have uranium enrichment facilities on its own soil in any...
Does the BBC not trust US intelligence on Iran?
If the BBC wants to speculate on Iranian nuclear capabilities and the potential for conflict, why is it ignoring the...
Myths, falsehoods and misrepresentations about Iran
Chapter seven of ‘A Dangerous Delusion: why the west is wrong about nuclear Iran’ by Peter Oborne and David...