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Douglas Murray

Douglas Murray is a prominent British author, journalist, and political commentator. Born on July 16, 1979, in London, Murray has established himself as a leading voice on various socio-political issues. He graduated from Magdalen College, Oxford, with a degree in Modern History. Murray's writing career took off with the publication of his first book, "Bosie: A Biography of Lord Alfred Douglas," which explored the life of Oscar Wilde's lover. He later gained widespread recognition for his thought-provoking works, including "The Strange Death of Europe" and "The Madness of Crowds," which critically analyze the impact of immigration and identity politics on Western societies. Murray's insightful commentary has made him a sought-after speaker and commentator, frequently appearing on television and radio programs. With his articulate and often controversial viewpoints, Douglas Murray continues to shape public discourse and challenge prevailing narratives.

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