Peter Oborne is an award-winning journalist, author and commentator on politics for television and radio. He has worked as Political Editor of the Spectator, chief political commentator for the Daily Telegraph and as a columnist for the Daily Mail.
Peter is the author of several books including biographies of Alastair Campbell and the cricketer Basil d’Oliveira (winner of the 2004 William Hill Sports Book of the Year), The Rise of Political Lying, The Triumph of the Political Class and a history of Pakistan and cricket, Wounded Tiger. He has also written (with Tom Roberts) a brilliant analysis of Donald Trump’s use of Twitter, How Trump Thinks.
In early 2021 he published The Assault on Truth (Simon & Schuster), an analysis of political truth-economy in the era of Johnson and Trump, which became a Top 10 bestseller. His latest project is a major history of Islamophobia, The Fate of Abraham, published by Simon & Schuster.