Douglas Murray (author)

Douglas Murray (Author)

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Douglas Murray is a British writer and commentator has been the director of the Centre for Social Cohesion. Murray appears regularly in the British broadcast media, commentating on issues from a conservative standpoint, and he is often critical of Islamic fundamentalism. He writes for a number of publications including Standpoint and The Spectator. In 2009, he was awarded the Charles Douglas-Home memorial prize for journalism. Murray has authored a number of books, including in 2005 Why We Need it.


Murray was educated at St Benedict's School, Eton College, and Magdalen College at the University of Oxford, where he studied English, receiving a 2:2.


At Oxford, aged 20, he published a biography of Lord Alfred Douglas, which has been described by Christopher Hitchens as "masterly". This was followed by the writing of a play, Nightfall, based on Swedish diplomat Raoul Wallenberg's attempts to dissuade Adolf Eichmann from implementing the Final Solution.

In 2005 he published a defence of neoconservatism, Neoconservatism: Why We Need It and undertook a related promotional tour of the United...
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