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william ward

Bio
William has lived between London and Rome for 30 years, writing and broadcasting in Italian and English as a political analyst and cultural commentator. He is author of Getting it Right in Italy and wrote and presented La Mia Italia on BBC Radio 4. He is London correspondent of Il Foglio and Panorama.

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