London bureau chief Education: University of Texas at Austin, literature ; Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Vannevar Bush Fellow
William Booth is The Washington Post’s London bureau chief. Booth served as bureau chief in Jerusalem, Mexico City, Los Angeles and Miami, and as pop culture correspondent for the Style section.
He has covered upheaval and transformation in Catalonia, Ukraine, Egypt, Libya, Iraq, Haiti, Honduras and the Balkans. In Mexico, his work focused on migration, drug trafficking and the state response. In the Middle East, he covered the Israel-Palestinian conflict.
Before coming to The Post, Booth was a staff writer at Science magazine. He was a Vannevar Bush Fellow at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and graduated from the University of Texas in Austin. He was on The Post’s Pulitzer Prize-finalist team that covered the Fort Hood shootings.
Honors & Awards:
Overseas Press Club, Kim Wall Award, "Occupied," 2018
Overseas Press Club, Robert Spiers Benjamn Award Citation, "Mexico's Middle Class," 2012
Overseas Press Club, Robert Spiers Benjamin Award Citation, "Mexico at War," 2010
Prince Philip, 97, flipped his Range Rover on Thursday afternoon in a accident, under investigagtion, outside the Queen's Sandringham estate. Passersbys said Friday it was 'amazing' that the Queen Elizabeth's husband and the passengers in the other car were not seriously injured.
Without a negotiated transition, the E.U. would treat Britain as a “third country,” subject to potentially onerous restrictions. But hard-liners opposed to Prime Minister Theresa May’s compromise, up for a vote Tuesday, say threats of chaos are overblown, and they want out no matter the consequences.