Recent articles by Nigel Horne


Dominique Strauss-Kahn and the Affaire du Carlton

News Tue 18 Oct, AT 11:09

The top cop, the hotel orgy, the pimp they call Dodo – but the story would not be complete without DSK

Liam Fox

How did Werritty fund his trips? The truth emerges

News Fri 14 Oct, AT 08:45

Corporate intelligence firm among those bankrolling Werrity’s trips through a not-for-profit company

Mutassim Gaddafi

Has playboy Mutassim seen his last nightclub?

News Thu 13 Oct, AT 08:48

Fall of Sirte imminent if Gaddafi’s son Mutassim has really been caught

Apple iPad/iSlate/iTablet

Steve Jobs: last word on a clear thinker and great man

Media Watch Tue 11 Oct, AT 13:39

Let’s put the carping aside and remember Steve Jobs for his brilliance

Liam Fox

Why Liam Fox is dogged by ‘gay’ insinuations

Media Watch Mon 10 Oct, AT 09:09

Whatever the facts of his friendship with Werritty, Fox has shown poor judgment - just like William Hague

Amanda Knox

Amanda Knox outfoxes Britain’s news hounds

Media Watch Wed 5 Oct, AT 11:23

Reporters pay £5,000-plus for air tickets only to be barred from approaching the Knox family

Knox’s freedom would suit Berlusconi very nicely

News Mon 3 Oct, AT 08:50

As Amanda Knox and her family await the appeal court finding, Berlusconi’s sex trial resumes in Milan

Amanda Knox George Clooney

Hollywood waits in wings for Amanda Knox verdict

Media Watch Thu 29 Sep, AT 08:39

As paparazzi prepare for ‘liberation of Amanda’, why George Clooney has an interest in Knox’s release

Amanda Knox

Amanda Knox: why both sides should now back off

News Mon 26 Sep, AT 08:56

Verdict will be worthless if it is won in the media and not in the courtroom

Peter Oborne

Peter Oborne attacks BBC and FT for pro-euro bias

News Fri 23 Sep, AT 17:00

Telegraph man points finger at euro progagandists – and warns radio listeners to avoid ‘Y Euros’ like the plague

George Osborne Christine Lagarde

£5bn spending boost – not so much Plan B as Plan A2

News Wed 21 Sep, AT 12:36

Cabinet said to be discussing capital spending injection after latest IMF warning on growth, claims BBC

Rupert Murdoch

Murdoch pays £3m-plus to atone for Dowler hacking

News Tue 20 Sep, AT 08:26

Huge payout raises the bar for compensation – but how will it go down with News Corp’s shareholders?

Guardian offices

Legal battle looms over Met attack on Guardian

News Sun 18 Sep, AT 14:02

Police action is an abuse of the Official Secrets Act and the Human Rights Act, say editors and lawyers

UBS bank in London

UBS scandal shows bank reform can’t wait to 2019

News Fri 16 Sep, AT 09:28

Kweku Adoboli, still in custody, posted ‘Need a miracle’ before running up a loss of £1.3bn

Ed Miliband and George Osborne

Ed, George and an S&M joke in the Commons

News Wed 14 Sep, AT 14:47

Labour leader may be the one getting a thrashing, but that’s no reason not to embarrass the chancellor - or is it?

Manhattan New York

Anniversary bomb alert – is al-Qaeda really up to it?

News Fri 9 Sep, AT 11:32

A ‘credible threat’ warning has been issued in the US – but how credible is al-Qaeda’s influence today?

Barack Obama

Polls indicate Obama will be a one-term president

News Wed 7 Sep, AT 10:17

Can President Obama’s make-or-break speech on job creation turn the tide in time?

Blaise Compaore and Colonel Gaddafi

Gaddafi convoy enters Niger sparking talk of exile deal

News Tue 6 Sep, AT 08:56

Have the French negotiated a deal to allow Gaddafi to seek exile in Burkina Faso?

Col Muammar Gaddafi Libya

Was China selling arms to Gaddafi only weeks ago?

News Mon 5 Sep, AT 15:43

China admits that Libyans came shopping but says no arms were sold: paper trail tells another story

Tony Blair and Colonel Gadaffi in 2007

Fears about al-Qaeda led MI5 to cosy up to Libyans

News Sun 4 Sep, AT 13:20

Documents found in Tripoli show MI5 asked known torturers for help in fight against terrorism


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