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Photo: Fallen, but redeemed

27 February 2015

Fallen, but redeemed: the Revd Sally Muggeridge has written to defend her uncle, Malcolm Muggeridge, the former journalist, against allegations in a new book, Pinkoes and Traitors: The BBC and the nation 1974-1987 by Jean Seaton, that he was part of a culture that sexually assaulted women. She disputes the dates, not the behaviour, saying that he reformed when he converted to Christianity in the early 1970s. He is seen here with Enoch Powell MP and Dr David Jenkins, a former Bishop of Durham, in 1987. Letter

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