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  Richard Holledge is a freelance journalist based in the UK. Author of The Scattered, an account of the genocidal expulsion of the French population of Nova Scotia - the  Acadians - by the British in 1755. Also, Life and Chimes, an account of one of Portsmouth Football Club's better seasons.         Formerly an executive editor at The Times of London, assistant editor at The Independent and several other newspapers. Now specialises writing about the arts and life style for papers such as The Wall Street Journal, New York Times and the Gulf News.
  Richard Holledge is a freelance journalist based in the UK. Author of The Scattered, an account of the genocidal expulsion of the French population of Nova Scotia - the  Acadians - by the British in 1755. Also, Life and Chimes, an account of one of Portsmouth Football Club's better seasons.         Formerly an executive editor at The Times of London, assistant editor at The Independent and several other newspapers. Now specialises writing about the arts and life style for papers such as The Wall Street Journal, New York Times and the Gulf News.
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