Il Foglio is an Italian daily newspaper and news website. Its print edition, published in broadsheet format, has a circulation of about 25,000, and typically hosts conservative-leaning and pro-market views. Nevertheless, many of its journalists belonged to the leftist Radical Party, and the paper occasionally publishes commentary and analysis by independent and left-leaning voices. Il Foglio was founded in 1996 by the prominent Italian journalist and politician Giuliano Ferrara, but Claudio Cerasa has been the editor in chief since 2015. It is based in Rome.