James Robbins is a Diplomatic Correspondent for BBC News.
He has held the role since 1998 and helped lead the corporation’s coverage of the September 11 terrorist attacks on America. He has also covered each European Summit from Maastricht to Amsterdam, covering various issues such as the introduction of the single market, the political fallout from the Maastricht Treaty and the steady enlargement of the European Union. He has also worked for the BBC as a correspondent based in South Africa and Europe.
James joined the BBC in 1977.
John Pienaar is the BBC’s Deputy Political Editor. John started covering politics for the BBC in 1992 as a Political Correspondent and has worked on the full range of BBC news and current affairs programmes including the One, Six and… Read more
Shaimaa Khalil is the BBC’s Pakistan correspondent
Anna Holligan is the BBC’s Hague correspondent.
Kamal Ahmed, born 1967, is the BBC’s Economics Editor. He was the Business Editor of BBC News from March 2014 and was formerly the Political Editor of The Observer newspaper, Business Editor of The Sunday Telegraph newspaper and Director of… Read more
Eleanor Garnier is a political reporter at the BBC, mainly working on the Daily and Sunday Politics Show. Garnier thought she’d end up doing a job in sport but work experience at Channel 4 News during a university summer holiday… Read more
Yolande Knell is a reporter for BBC News. She is currently based in the middle-east.