Douglas Murray is a best-selling author and commentator. Based in the UK, he is currently the Associate Director of the Henry Jackson Society, London and former Director of the Centre for Social Cohesion. Murray read English at Magdalen College, Oxford, and soon after graduating, became the youngest ever published biographer in history with his biography of Lord Alfred Douglas.
Murray has written articles for the Guardian and the Sunday Times. His controversial book, Neoconservatism: Why We Need It, has received critical acclaim. He is regularly invited on to the BBC, on political programs such as Question Time, The Daily Politics, and Hard Talk.