Dan Roberts is a political and financial journalist who has worked around the world for The Guardian, Financial Times and Daily Telegraph over three decades – both as a news reporter and senior editor.
Currently based in Washington DC, he covers the White House, Congress, State Department and Supreme Court, as well as managing The Guardian's growing bureau. The Guardian reaches 114 million monthly unique users, the second highest audience of any English-language newspaper in the world, and has 27 million readers in the United States.
Dan appears regularly as a commentator for a range of broadcasters including Al-Jazeera, the BBC, CNBC, CNN, Deutsche Welle, MSNBC, Sky News, and Sirius XM. He is also the recipient of five major reporting awards including Young Journalist of the year, Financial Journalist of the year and Foreign Press Association economic story of the year.