Barrie Penrose

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Barrie Penrose (born 1942, Croydon) is a British investigative journalist, interviewer and trainer.

He worked for the New York Herald Tribune in Paris, the Observer in London, BBC Television and the Sunday Times

His books include Stalin’s Gold: the story of HMS Edinburgh and its treasure, and with Simon Freeman Rinkagate: the rise and fall of Jeremy Thorpe and Conspiracy of Silence: the secret life of Anthony Blunt.[1] With Roger Courtiour, he produced The Pencourt File based on interviews requested by Harold Wilson about conspiracies in the final years of his government.[2]