Kamal Ahmed

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Full name:Kamal Ahmed
Area of interest:Business and Finance
Journals/Organisation:The Sunday Telegraph
Email:kahmed@telegraph.co.uk http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/comment/kamal-ahmed
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Networks:https://twitter.com/bbckamal http://uk.linkedin.com/pub/kamal-ahmed/5/8a/850
Biography

About: BBC Business Editor, formerly business journalist with the Daily Telegraph. See mediatrust.org biography

Education: University of Leeds
University of Leeds: BA Politics; City University: post-graduate diploma in Newspaper Journalism

Career: Scotland on Sunday: Chief Reporter - 1993/1994; Observer: Executive Editor, News - September 2004 to December 2007; Equality and Human Rights Commission: Director of Communications; Sunday Telegraph: Business Editor - September 2009-

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Other roles/Main role: Business editor of the Sunday Telegraph. Edits the weekend section and writes a weekly column, news and features

Other activities: Regular speaker at Media Trust events for charities and social enterprises

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Controversy/Criticism: Kamal Ahmed: 'Nick is a coward'. Ahmed bites back - The former political editor of 'The Observer' has been accused of complicity with the Government over his paper's stance on Iraq. Michael Savage hears the case for the defence - The Independent, 11th February 2008

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