San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Charles Moore is a journalist and a former editor of The Daily Telegraph, The Sunday Telegraph and The Spectator. He still writes for the first and last of these publications.
In 1979 he joined The Daily Telegraph as a political correspondent. He went on to become editor of The Spectator in 1984, remaining there until 1990. Following The Spectator, he edited The Sunday Telegraph from 1992 to 1995. Moore became editor of The Daily Telegraph in 1995.
Moore was for a number of years Chairman of the Policy Exchange, a London-based think-tank, before he stepped down in June 2011.
Moore was personally selected by Margaret Thatcher to write her autobiography, the first volume appeared in April 2013 shortly after she died.
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China Exchange, a registered charity in the UK, is an exceptional new venue in the heart of London’s West End designed to provide a forum for the ideas and events which touch the lives of people in Britain and China today. Companies and philanthropists from both nations have come together to support the renovation of this stunning space in the restored premises of London’s former central Telephone Exchange and it has been turned into a centre for exhibitions, performances, lectures and events of all kinds.