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Catherine Bennett (journalist)

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Occupation  Journalist
Name  Catherine Bennett
Role  Journalist

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Spouse  Robert Sackville-West, 7th Baron Sackville (m. 1985)
Books  Mrs Cameron's Diary, Charlotte Bronte: The Girl who Turned Her Life Into a Book, Sub-rosa & other fiction
Similar People  Robert Sackville‑West - 7th Baron, Bryony Kimmings, John Humphrys, Andrew Rawnsley, Martin Kettle

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Catherine Dorothea Bennett (born 1956) is a British journalist.

Bennett was educated at Lawnswood High School, Leeds, and Hertford College, Oxford.

Bennett began her career in journalism at Honey magazine. Subsequently she worked at The Sunday Telegraph, The Mail on Sunday, The Sunday Times, The Times and the short-lived Sunday Correspondent newspaper before joining The Guardian around 1990. She joined The Observer at the beginning of 2008, where she continues to write columns on politics and culture, and at least two articles criticizing the peerage system and what she considers the nobility still existing privileges.

Catherine Bennett was on the Orwell Prize's Journalism shortlist for 2009.

She was formerly married to Robert Sackville-West (1985–92). She then married the books editor of the Evening Standard, David Sexton. Her partner since at least 2009 has been the broadcaster John Humphrys.

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Catherine Bennett (journalist) Wikipedia


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