Jonathan Heawood

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Jonathan Heawood is founder and CEO of IMPRESS, the only press regulator to be recognised as independent and effective under the Royal Charter in the United Kingdom.

He is a former Director of Programmes at the Sigrid Rausing Trust, Europe's largest private human rights foundation, Director of the English Centre of International PEN,[1] deputy literary editor of The Observer and editor of the Fabian Review. He writes on cultural and political issues for a number of publications, including the Telegraph, Independent, The Guardian, London Review of Books and New Statesman.

He is married to writer Amy Jenkins and they have one child. He is the great grandson of Percy John Heawood, the mathematician.

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  1. ^ Renzetti, Elizabeth (16 February 2010). "London, sue capital of the world". The Globe and Mail. Retrieved 24 July 2012. 

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