Andrew Gilligan

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Full name: Andrew Paul Gilligan

Area of interest: UK Politics - London, Westminster

Journals/Organisation: The Daily Telegraph | Evening Standard

Email: andrew-gilligan@hotmail.com

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Website: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/journalists/andrew-gilligan

Blog: http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/news/author/andrewgilligan

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About: British journalist best known for a 2003 report on BBC Radio 4's The Today Programme in which he said a British government briefing paper on Iraq and weapons of mass destruction (the September Dossier) had been 'sexed up', a claim that ultimately led to a public inquiry that criticised Gilligan for errors he made in the report, forcing the BBC's chairman and director general, as well as Gilligan himself, to resign.

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Current position/role: London editor for the Sunday Telegraph; Columnist for the Evening Standard

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