9 November 2019
Duncan Campbell was the crime correspondent of the Guardian, the chairman of the Crime Reporters’ Association and has previously worked for LBC Radio, Time Out and City Limits magazines, and Robert Maxwell’s London Daily News.
Emma Youle is an award-winning investigative journalist who worked for regional newspapers before joining HuffPost UK as special correspondent. She has covered stories including the contaminated blood scandal, the housing crisis, historic child abuse, and won the Private Eye Paul Foot Award 2017 for her reporting exposing squalid conditions inside homeless hostels.
James Harkin is the director of the Centre for Investigative Journalism. He is a journalist who covers social change and political conflict and whose work appears in Vanity Fair, Harper’s, GQ, The Smithsonian, Prospect and the Guardian.
Jess Brammar is the executive editor of HuffPost UK. Before that she was deputy editor of the BBC's Newsnight, having joined the programme as a producer, covering domestic and foreign news. In her time at Newsnight she lead award-winning coverage on the Grenfell Tower fire and the Westminster bullying scandal.
Martin Tomkinson is a veteran investigative financial journalist and corporate researcher. He was a financial researcher for The Mail on Sunday‘s ‘Rich List’ from 2000-2004 and has worked on The Sunday Times‘ ‘Rich List’ since 2005. Martin has written for all the UK’s major newspapers.
Nick Mathiason has been a business and finance journalist for close to 30 years and has broken a sizeable number of impactful stories that have had international prominence. Subjects investigated include developing countries access to medicine, vulture funds, labour issues and the growth of private equity.
Tom Sanderson is Deputy Director of the Centre for Investigative Journalism, which he joined in 2014. Tom first studied International Relations winning the Michael Cunningham Memorial Prize for his dissertation.
Zubeida Malik is an award winning journalist and broadcaster. She worked on the BBC's Today Programme for 18 years, which included high profile interviews, foreign reporting, domestic and social analysis and investigative work.