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Harold Evans

British journalist and writer

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Harold Evans: British journalist and writer
Sir Harold Matthew Evans was a British-American journalist and writer. In his career in his native Great Britain, he was editor of The Sunday Times from 1967 to 1981, and its sister title The Times for a year from 1981, being forced out of the latter post by Rupert Murdoch. He was best known for his campaign at The Sunday Times seeking compensation for mothers who had taken the morning sickness drug thalidomide which led to their children having severely deformed limbs.

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Sir Harold Evans dies aged 92 in New York [Video]

Sir Harold Evans dies aged 92 in New York

Sir Harold Evans, trailblazing newspaper editor, dies aged 92 from heart failure. Sir Harold exposed the plight of hundreds of British thalidomide children who had never received any compensation..

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Trailblazing journalist Harold Evans dead at 92 [Video]

Trailblazing journalist Harold Evans dead at 92

Sir Harold Evans, a British-American editor whose 70-year career as a hard-driving investigative journalist, magazine founder, book publisher, and author made him one of the most influential media..

Credit: Reuters Studio     Duration: 01:13Published
Fleet Street legend Sir Harold Evans dies aged 92 [Video]

Fleet Street legend Sir Harold Evans dies aged 92

Fleet Street legend Sir Harold Evans has died in New York aged 92. The formereditor of The Sunday Times and editor-at-large for the Reuters news agencydied of congestive heart failure, his wife Tina..

Credit: PA - Press Association STUDIO     Duration: 01:01Published

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(Sir Harold Evans is Reuters Editor at Large. A former editor of The Times and the Sunday Times of London, Evans was knighted for services to journalism in 2004. Opinions expressed here are his own.)
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