Paddy Monkhouse (born 1904) was educated at Rugby School and Trinity College, Oxford. He joined the staff of the Manchester Guardian in 1927, as a reporter (1927-30), leader-writer (1930-32) and news editor (1932); later he became deputy editor and trustee. In 1936 he went to the Evening Standard, and then returned to the Manchester Guardian after the war.
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Source: D. G. O. Ayerst, The "Manchester Guardian": Biography of a Newspaper (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1971); Who Was Who among English and European Authors (1978).
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