Janet Daley is American-born, but has lived in Britain since 1965. She was educated at the University of California at Berkeley (BA in Philosophy), and Birkbeck College, London (post-graduate). She spent twenty years in academic life, teaching philosophy at the Open University, the external department of London University and the Royal College of Art. She wrote art and literary criticism from the late 1960s to early 80s, and left teaching to become a freelance journalist in 1987, writing for The Times, Sunday Times, Independent, Sunday Telegraph and Spectator. Janet Daley joined the Independent as a columnist in 1989, before starting at The Times as a columnist and leader-writer (1990-1996). She then joined the Daily Telegraph as columnist and leader-writer.She is now a political columnist for the Sunday Telegraph and was a panellist on Radio 4s Moral Maze for ten years. Her other broadcasting includes Radio4s Any Questions?, BBC's Question Time, Newsnight and Breakfast with Frost; she is a regular on the BBC News Channels Dateline London.Her two novels are All Good Men and Honourable Friends. She married Michael Daley in 1967. They have two daughters.
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