Yasmin Alibhai-Brown (1949-) is a journalist and author, known for left-leaning political stance. She contributes a weekly column to The Independent, and has also written for the Daily Mail. Her journalism has gathered several prestigious awards, and was awarded an MBE for services to British journalism in 2001, which she returned in 2003 in protest over the war in Iraq. She has often been criticised for being overly politically correct, and often her views have caused offence, both to causes and people she supports and confronts.
Alibhai-Brown, Yasmin. “After the Paris attacks no one can be in any doubt that we need more state surveillance.” Independent, 16 Nov. 2015
Alibhai-Brown, Yasmin. “Peace is always a harder option than war.” Independent, 27 Mar. 2006
Alibhai-Brown, Yasmin. “The future of politics lies with women.” Independent, 22 Mar. 2010
Alibhai-Brown, Yasmin. ·The NHS isn’t perfect, but it’s worth preserving.” Independent, 4 Feb. 2013