Bernard Ingham

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Sir Bernard Ingham (born 21 June 1932) is a journalist and former civil servant who is best known as Margaret Thatcher's Chief Press Secretary while she was Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. Today Ingham lectures in Public Relations at Middlesex University in London. He is also secretary to Supporters of Nuclear Energy (SONE), a group of individuals who seek to promote nuclear power and he holds the position of Vice President of Country Guardian, an anti wind-energy campaign group.

Ingham is also a regular panelist on BBC current affairs programme Dateline London.


Ingham was educated at Hebden Bridge Grammar School and joined the Hebden Bridge Times newspaper at the age of 16. He went on to work for the Yorkshire Evening Post, the Yorkshire Post, latterly as Northern Industrial Correspondent, and The Guardian. While a reporter at the Yorkshire Post, Ingham was an active member of the National Union of Journalists and was vice chairman of the Leeds branch.

Ingham's father was a Labour Party councillor and he was himself a member of the Labour Party until he joined the Civil Service.

Ingham contested the safe Conservative Moortown ward of Leeds City Council in the 1965 council elections for the...
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