John Peet (born 1954) is a British journalist, who is at present the European editor of The Economist newspaper. He is widely considered an expert on European affairs.
John Peet (1915 - 29 June 1988 in East-Berlin) was a British journalist who defected to East Germany in 1950.
Stephen Peet (16 February 1920 – 22 December 2005) was a British filmmaker, best known as a pioneer of illustrated oral history and his BBC television series Yesterday's Witness (1969–1981).
Mal Peet (born 1947) is an English author and illustrator best known for young-adult fiction. He has won several honours including the Carnegie Medal and the Guardian Prize, British children's literature awards that recognise "year's best" books. Three of his novels feature football and the fictional South American sports journalist Paul Faustino.
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