Ben Judah was born in London. He has travelled widely in Russia, Central Asia and the Levant. His writing has featured widely, including the New York Times, the Evening Standard, the Financial Times and Standpoint. His first book, Fragile Empire, was published by Yale University Press in 2013.
Our capital city has changed immeasurably over the last few decades. Here are a few things that This Is London has taught us about our capital.
FN have started calling AFP - guess what - "Le fake news." https://t.co/jTkaeoyuwQ
by @b_judah - 35 minutes ago
Surprised not more! https://t.co/lSC3V1MJQ0
by @b_judah - 39 minutes ago
Marine Le Pen and Francois Fillon - echoing near identical excuses for similar fake job corruption scandals. https://t.co/l0eqDTNKHI
by @b_judah - an hour ago
Alarming, and must be investigated. https://t.co/Ff5Puz5sS6
Disappointed to learn Rousseau believed "no novel ever written in any language equals or even approaches" Clarissa by Samuel Richardson.
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