Griff Witte

Bureau chiefLondon


No matter who wins in the May 7 vote, the country is likely to slip back from foreign affairs.

  • Apr 25, 2015

The EU resisted restoring search-and-rescue patrols, focusing instead on border security.

  • Apr 23, 2015

Cameron and Miliband often seem to be impersonating the American president.

  • Apr 20, 2015

Nigel Farage rode a wave of voter anger to prominence in 2014, but now he’s fighting for his political life.

  • Apr 19, 2015

Seven months after an independence referendum defeat, nationalists could cost Labor victory in the May vote.

  • Apr 15, 2015

The vote is the most unpredictable in a generation.

  • Apr 14, 2015

After five years of steep spending cuts, voters show little desire to ease the pain.

  • Apr 4, 2015

Seven party leaders slugged it out with a month to go before a too-close-to-call election.

  • Apr 2, 2015

Humza Arshad has become Britain’s most potent new force in the war with the Islamic State for hearts and minds.

  • Apr 1, 2015

The star-studded ceremony marks the end of an extraordinary journey across a half-millennium.

  • Mar 26, 2015
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Griff Witte is the Post’s London bureau chief. He has previously served as the paper’s deputy foreign editor and as the bureau chief in Kabul, Islamabad and Jerusalem. He has covered the downfall of Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf, the assassination of former Pakistani Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto, the resurgence of the Taliban in Afghanistan, Israel’s war with Hamas in the Gaza Strip and the Egyptian revolution. Before joining the Post, Witte was a reporter for The Miami Herald. He also served as researcher for Steve Coll’s Pulitzer Prize-winning book, "Ghost Wars."
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