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An award-winning producer of television news and documentary, Ben started out as a print reporter for The New York Times and got his start in television at 60 Minutes, the venerated news magazine show.
Juliette Garside is deputy business editor of the Guardian and the Observer. A business writer by training, she specialises in tax and offshore investigations. In 2016, her scoop on the financial affairs of David Cameron's family forced him to become the first British prime minister to publish his tax returns.
Paul Nuki is a senior British journalist and editor. He is currently Global Health Security Editor at The Telegraph. In previous posts, Nuki was Focus editor, deputy news editor, money editor, personal finance editor, consumer affairs editor, deputy Insight editor and reporter at The Sunday Times, which he joined in 1993.
Stephen Grey is a British investigative journalist and special correspondent for Reuters. He has published several books including The New Spymasters and Ghost Plane, which revealed details of the CIA’s program of ‘extraordinary rendition.’ He has also reported extensively from the conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Steve Stecklow is a London-based, global investigative reporter for Reuters who previously worked at the Wall Street Journal and the Philadelphia Inquirer. He has won numerous awards, including sharing two Pulitzer Prizes (2019 and 2007) and has been a Pulitzer finalist three times (2020, 2017 and 2003).
Tom Bergin is an investigative journalist and author who focuses on fraud, corruption, tax abuses and corporate wrongdoing. In 20 years with Reuters, he has reported from 30 countries and his work has won awards in Europe, the United States and Asia.