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Martin Newland

Martin Newland is a British journalist who has launched, co-launched and/or edited three national newspapers on three continents. He is a former editor of the Daily Telegraph in London, launch editor of The National in Abu Dhabi and deputy editor and a launch editor of the National Post in Canada. He has a BA in History and an MTh in Pastoral Theology from London University. He consults on media, risk and reputational issues. Newland was born in Port Harcourt, Nigeria.

Brexit: The Rise of Jeremy Corbyn Is More Consequential for the Middle East By Martin Newland - Jan 10, 2019

It is impossible to predict with any accuracy the political, economic and social developments in Brexit Britain over the course of this year. But whatever happens, there will be repercussions for the Middle East. It would do the region well to understand what they might be. Britain will emerge from all Brexit scenarios weaker and … Continue reading “Brexit: The Rise of Jeremy Corbyn Is More Consequential for the Middle East”