David Rose

David Rose, who now writes for the Observer and Vanity Fair, has worked at Time Out, the Guardian and BBC television, and has investigated wrongful convictions since the early 1980s. A Climate of Fear was described as ‘the best account of a miscarriage of justice written yet’. His other books include In the Name of the Law, Regions of the Heart and Guantanamo: America’s War on Human Rights. He is a past winner of the Royal Institute of International Affairs David Watt Memorial Prize, the Bar Council’s Legal Reporter of the Year Award and the One World-European Union award for human rights journalism.

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