Rob Crilly, The Telegraph

Rob Crilly

The Telegraph

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Past articles by Rob:

Colin Kroll, co-founder of HQ Trivia, is found dead at his New York apartment

The man who co-founded HQ Trivia has died aged 35 from a suspected drug overdose, according to American media outlets. → Read More

The Bush nostalgia is predictable but this is Trump's America now

The references weren’t perhaps as obvious as the barbs delivered during the recent funeral of John McCain, the late senator. → Read More

Afghanistan's 'little Messi' leaves behind signed shirt as family flees Taliban offensive

An Afghan boy who shot to international fame for his devotion to the footballer Lionel Messi has been forced to flee his home for a second time amid the threat of militant attack - leaving behind his prized signed jersey and football. → Read More

Analysis: Putin's bro-five with Saudi crown prince reveals the G20's diplomatic dance

It’s the bro-five. → Read More

Airline apologises for staff who mocked five-year-old Abcde's name

An American airline has apologised after a member of staff was accused of ridiculing five-year-old Abcde Redford’s name. → Read More

Spare me your mocking memes. Melania Trump’s red Christmas trees are perfect

This year’s White House Christmas decorations are nothing if not bold. → Read More

Hundreds of 'flash frozen' turtles washed ashore in New England

More than 200 frozen turtles – many of them dead - have been washed ashore in New England, victims of a sudden cold snap, according to staff at a nearby wildlife sanctuary. → Read More

Donald Trump ridiculed for telling Californians to copy Finland and rake forests to prevent wildfires

Donald Trump’s weekend visit to fire-ravaged California has prompted a withering barrage of ridicule and anger after he suggested the state should copy Finland in raking forest floors to prevent a repeat of wildfires that have killed at least 76 people. → Read More

Jamal Khashoggi's dismembered corpse may have been 'carried out of Turkey in luggage'

The killers of Jamal Khashoggi, the dissident journalist murdered in Saudi Arabia’s Istanbul consulate, may have used diplomatic immunity to smuggle his body out of the country in their luggage, according to Turkey’s defence minister. → Read More

Loyal customers rally round to save tea shop that offers a taste of Britain in New York

After three decades serving crumpets and spotted dick to homesick expats and Anglophile Americans, New York’s most famous British tea shop is taking desperate measures to stay afloat in the face of Manhattan’s crippling taxes and giddy rents. → Read More

Yemen's warring parties agree to meet in Sweden as Britain tests Saudi resolve at UN

In the end it might not have been the images of stick-thin children or the dire warnings of famine that finally prompted the world to take action to end the crisis in Yemen. → Read More

Midterm results offer Donald Trump a populist path to 2020 victory

If America’s midterm elections were a referendum on President Donald Trump’s performance so far, then this divided, polarised country delivered a predictably split result. → Read More

Donald Trump's ugly immigration rhetoric is a vote winner

No one expects subtlety and nuance any more. → Read More

Donald Trump sends 5,200 soldiers to US border to counter 'migrant caravan' just a week before midterms

Donald Trump has sent 5,200 American soldiers to the US-Mexico border in a major escalation of the White House's response to the migrant ‘caravan’ approaching through Mexico. → Read More

Donald Trump must do more than condemn bombs in the mail

The White House was quick to condemn the explosive packages sent to Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama, George Soros, CNN and Debbie Wasserman Shultz. → Read More

Donald Trump says US will build up its nuclear arsenal

President Donald Trump warned the world on Monday that the United States intended to expand its nuclear arsenal if Russia and China continued to build up their own stockpiles. → Read More

In 'final column' missing writer Jamal Khashoggi says Arab states can silence media with impunity

Jamal Khashoggi's words could not be more powerful or more poignant. → Read More

Donald Trump has captured the Democratic Party and his populist takeover is complete

What connects Brett Kavanaugh, Pocahontas and American health policy? → Read More

Nikki Haley's graceful exit puts her on course for the biggest prize in 2024

Nikki Haley departs her post in much the same fashion as she went about her business at the United Nations: → Read More

Huge brawl breaks out after Khabib Nurmagomedov attacks Conor McGregor camp following stunning victory

Scenes of utter mayhem here in Sin City as the biggest mixed martial arts event in history ended in a mass brawl between the teams of the two headline contenders, combat sports star Conor McGregor, of Ireland, and Dagestan's Khabib Nurmagomedov, who retained his Ultimate Fighting Championship lightweight crown by submitting his rival in the fourth round. → Read More