Columnist and Public Policy Editor, Sunday Telegraph
London, United Kingdom
Alasdair Palmer is a columnist and the Public Policy Editor of Sunday Telegraph, a conservative British newspaper in London. Palmer writes extensively on terrorism and the law. Formerly, Palmer was a World in Action researcher and a documentary and docudrama producer who worked on the 1990 production Why Lockerbie? Palmer was the Associate Producer of Hostages (1993), a drama documentary depicting the kidnapping of Western hostages in Lebanon, and responsible for a major part of the film’s research. He was also the Co- Producer of the 1997 television film Path to Paradise: the Untold Story of the World Trade Center Bombing.