January 21, 2004 8:13 pm
John Lloyd is contributing editor at the FT. He writes a weekly column - “The Ideas Department” - on current affairs for the FT magazine, of which he was founding editor.
His previous FT posts include Labour Editor, Industrial Editor, East Europe Editor and Moscow Bureau Chief.
He has been a reporter and producer for LWT’s London Programme and Weekend World, and editor of Time Out and the New Statesman magazines.
He sits on the editorial board of Prospect magazine and on the board of the Moscow School of Political Studies.
His books are Loss Without Limit: The British Miners’ Strike (1985); Rebirth of a Nation: an Anatomy of Russia (1998); and What the Media Are Doing to Our Politics (2004).
He was born in Fife in Scotland, lives in London and is married with one son.
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