John Lloyd – Director of Journalism, Reuters Institute at the University of Oxford, U.K.; Contributing Editor, Financial Times; Columnist, Reuters.com and la Repubblica
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John Lloyd is Director of Journalism at the Reuters Institute at the University of Oxford and a contributing editor to the Financial Times.
For the Financial Times, he has been Labour Editor, Industrial Editor, East European Editor and Moscow Bureau Chief. In 2003, he was founding Editor of the Financial Times Weekend Magazine. He does a weekly column for Reuters and writes regularly for la Repubblica of Rome.
He has written several books, including Loss without Limit: the British Miners’ Strike (with Martin Adeney); The Future of Work (with Charles Leadbeater); Birth of a Nation: an Anatomy of Russia; and What the Media are doing to our Politics.
He is chairman of the Advisory Board of the Moscow School of Civic Enlightenment.
His awards for journalism include the British Press Award for Specialist Reporter of the Year, the Granada Award for Journalist of the Year, the David Watt Prize for outstanding journalism and the Biagi Agnes Lifetime Achievement in Journalism Award.