Ian Thomson began to contribute to the Telegraph and its sister paper the Sunday Telegraph in the late 1980s. The Telegraph was founded in 1855 and has a close association with the Spectator. Here is a selection of recent reviews and articles:
Ian Thomson first wrote for the Guardian under the literary editorship of Richard Gott. Founded in 1821, the paper was known as the Manchester Guardian until 1959. Here is a selection of Ian Thomson’s more recent contributions.
Ian Thomson wrote for the Sunday Times from 1987 to 2011, ceasing to contribute under the literary editorship of Andrew Holgate. It remains the largest-selling British national “quality” Sunday newspaper. Here is a selection of Ian Thomson’s recent reviews.
Ian Thomson’s first article for the Financial Times appeared in 1986. The paper was founded in 1888 and has an average daily readership of 2.2 million worldwide. Here is a selection of Ian Thomson’s recent articles:
Ian Thomson first wrote for the New Statesman in 1987. He resumed writing for the journal in 2014.