The British journalist was Political Editor of The House Magazine and became Editor of Total Politics in May 2013.
David Held is Master of University College and Professor of Politics and International Relations at Durham University. He is also the General Editor of Global Policy and co-founder of Polity Press. Together with Daniele Archibugi, he has been prominent in the development of cosmopolitanism, and of cosmopolitan democracy in particular. He has been an active scholar on issues of globalisation and global governance.
Stephen Tindale is Senior Associate Fellow at the Centre for European Reform, a London-based pro-EU think tank.
Mark Briggs is currently a reporter with EurAcvtiv UK. His work has appeared online with “The New Statesman”, “The Ecologist” and “The Santiago Times” among others. You can find him on twitter @briggsma
The British Conservative politician served as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom and Leader of the Conservative Party from 1990 to 1997. He previously held the posts of Chancellor of the Exchequer and Foreign Secretary in the Thatcher Government. Major presided over British participation in the Gulf War in March 1991 and negotiated the Maastricht Treaty in December 1991.
Zeinab Badawi is a presenter for BBC World News, she is lead anchor on World News Today and regularly presents the channel’s flagship interview programme HARDtalk.
Annie Rutherford has worked as a journalist in Edinburgh, Paris and Moscow. She’s editor-in-chief of the literary magazine “Far Off Places” and writes on poetry projects from around Europe for the online European magazine cafebabel She’s currently completing her thesis for a Master’s in comparative literature.
Ewan MacPhee is a graduate in European interdisciplinary studies from the College of Europe, previously having studied European Union Studies at the University of Edinburgh. Ewan now works for a European confederation of trade unions in Brussels, a position he took up after a short stint as a trainee in the secretariat of the European Parliament.
Babita Sharma is a presenter for BBC World News and is the co-host of Newsday, a daily news programme presented live from Singapore and London. She has been at the forefront of major breaking news stories including the assassination of Benazir Bhutto, UK General Election 2010, the Northern Rock banking crisis, the Japan earthquake and tsunami, the death of Osama bin Laden, the Arab uprisings and the death of Kim Jong Il. Sharma grew up in Caversham, Berkshire and studied Journalism, Film & Broadcasting at the University of Wales, Cardiff.