Mary Ann Sieghart
Mary Ann Sieghart has been writing about politics since the mid-1980s. After stints at the FT and Today newspaper, she joined The Economist in 1986 as Political Correspondent. In 1988, she moved to become Assistant Editor of The Times, where she spent 19 years, editing the Comment and Arts pages and writing political leaders and columns. She has presented TV programmes such as The Brains Trust and The World This Week and radio programmes such as Profile, The Week in Westminster and Newshour. As well as her Independent column, she also sits on the Council of Tate Modern, is an equity partner in The Browser website and chairs the Social Market Foundation think tank.
25 February 2013 09:30 PM
16 January 2013 06:00 PM
The fact that all the national papers have male political editors, and many have all-male political teams, is bound to affect the issues they cover and the politicians they rate
02 January 2013 05:38 PM
The pressure to look attractive can be the worst part of being female. Now even the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons is demanding change
06 December 2012 05:38 PM
Cut less to achieve more: that's the only course after two years of failure on debt and the deficit.
Why a modern feminist like Maria Miller should look at the facts before airing her views on abortion
03 October 2012 03:46 PM
If medical science allows a 22-week old foetus to be viable, perhaps the abortion limit should change. In the meantime, the minister should hold back on her lifestyle advice
25 September 2012 06:50 PM
The task for today is to be the voice of moderation, to appeal to the thoughtful centrist.
20 September 2012 06:16 PM
The first Liberal leader in government since the Second World War has enacted policies dear to his party. Cable could takeover without seeming too disloyal
25 June 2012 08:30 AM
The 20th-century model designed for men with wives at home isn't suited to the 21st century
Mary Ann Sieghart: A referendum on Europe is coming. So why won't David Cameron take the lead on this issue?
10 June 2012 08:00 PM
Britain is the largest and potentially the most influential of all the non-euro members
28 May 2012 12:00 AM
Facebook, Google, and Twitter thrive by being free.
But journalism can't operate on their model
British actor Idris Elba cannot star as James Bond because he is black, says shock jock Rush Limbaugh
Germany anti-Islam protests: 17,000 march on Dresden against 'Islamification of the West'
Ukip member gets into Christmas spirit with Union Flag plea to Santa 'for our country back'
Immigrants make UK racist, says Ukip councillor Trevor Shonk
BBC director Danny Cohen: Rising UK antisemitism makes me feel more uncomfortable than ever
Katie Hopkins speaks out on childhood obesity: 'Parents of fat children should be prosecuted for child cruelty'
- 1 Exclusive: Abusers using spyware apps to monitor partners reaches 'epidemic proportions'
- 2 Margaret Thatcher 'expressed fears of Asian rising' at Anglo-Irish summit in 1984
- 3 Sussex couple die in suspected Christmas Day 'suicide pact'
- 4 The 'Black Museum': After 150 years, public set to see exhibits from police’s grisly crime museum
- 5 The Unluckiest People of the Year 2014 (and one very unlucky giraffe)