Gideon Rachman, the Financial Times‘s chief foreign affairs commentator (as well as Prospect‘s former Brussels diarist), is one of life’s natural bloggers. Today he explains how a smutty question posed by his eight-year-old son over breakfast led him to a heartening conclusion about the integration of Muslims into British society. But we’re proud to say that Gideon cut his blogging teeth on the Prospect site—first with his dispatches from Davos 2006, and later in the year with his wonderful World Cup diary. Our loss has been the FT‘s gain.
A blogger for all seasons
Cat Neilan / April 6, 2018
The BBC is far from perfect, and sometimes bad decisions are made. But there's no...