Peter Oborne

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Poole, Dorset, England, UK
Alma materChrist's College (Cambridge)
ExposedThe Telegraph
Former Telegraph journalist who went independent

Peter Oborne is a UK journalist.


Oborne was the former chief political commentator of the Telegraph until he resigned, declaring that "The coverage of HSBC in Britain's Telegraph is a fraud on its readers."[1]

He reports for the UK Channel 4's Dispatches and Unreported World.[When?]

He was named freelancer of the year in 2016 at the Online Media Awards for articles he wrote for Middle East Eye.[2]


Documents by Peter Oborne

TitleDocument typePublication dateSubject(s)Description
Document:Torture Inquiry must reveal the Trutharticle7 July 2010MI6
"Extraordinary rendition"
File:Britain's Israeli Lobby.pdfbooklet13 November 2009Israel lobbyA hard look at the influence of Israel in the politics of the UK


A Quote by Peter Oborne

Leader of the Conservative Party“All Tory leaders have surrounded themselves with an inner circle, which has given them ballast and in certain important respects defined their leadership. John Major had a winning fondness for palpable fakes, like Jeffrey Archer and David Mellor; Margaret Thatcher liked hirsute North London entrepreneurs with a ‘can-do’ attitude and heavy jewellery. Michael Howard’s chosen milieu is constructed of dapper, well-spoken men and women, many of whom live within walking distance of one another in west London. Cameron is unmistakably the leader of these Notting Hill Tories, but others include Michael Howard’s political secretary Rachel Whetstone, his speechwriter Ed Vaizey, marketing expert Steve Hilton, policy man Nick Boles, along with the newspaper columnists Edward Heathcoat Amory and his wife Alice Thomson.”19 June 2004The Spectator


Event Participated in

International Festival of Whistleblowing Dissent and Accountability8 May 20218 May 2021Internet
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