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Jenkins, Simon

LC control no.n 50028079
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Personal name headingJenkins, Simon
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Associated countryGreat Britain
LocatedLondon (England) Aberdovey (Wales)
Birth date1943-06-10
Place of birthBirmingham (England)
Field of activityJournalism
AffiliationNational Trust (Great Britain) English Heritage Save Britain's Heritage (Association) Railway Heritage Trust British Rail (Firm) London Regional Transport (Agency)
Profession or occupationJournalists
Found inAuthor's Conservatives and comprehensives, 1967.
His The market for glory, 1986: t.p. (Simon Jenkins) Brit. CIP (Jenkins, Simon, 1943- )
BL AL recd. 18 July 1980 (Simon David Jenkins, born 10 June 1943)
Wikipedia, viewed 22 Sept. 2017 (Sir Simon David Jenkins FSA FRSL (born 10 June 1943 in Birmingham) is an English author and newspaper columnist and editor. He served as editor of the Evening Standard from 1976 to 1978 and of The Times from 1990 to 1992. Jenkins chaired the National Trust for Places of Historic Interest or Natural Beauty from 2008 to 2014. He currently writes columns for both The Guardian and Evening Standard)
Britain's 100 best railway stations, 2017: t.p. (Simon Jenkins) rear cover (deputy chairman of English Heritage, was a founder member of Save Britain's Heritage ; founded the Railway Heritage Trust and has served on the boards of British Rail and London Transport ; he lives in London and Aberdyfi)
Associated languageeng