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Members of Leander Club: Hugh Laurie, Steve Redgrave, James Cracknell, Matthew Pinsent, Ran Laurie, Elisabeta Lipa, Ed Coode, Tim Foster
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Purchase includes free access to book updates online and a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Chapters: Hugh Laurie, Steve Redgrave, James Cracknell, Matthew Pinsent, Ran Laurie, Elisabeta Lipă, Ed Coode, Tim Foster, David Chipp. Excerpt: David Allan Chipp (June 6, 1927...
Purchase includes free access to book updates online and a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Chapters: Hugh Laurie, Steve Redgrave, James Cracknell, Matthew Pinsent, Ran Laurie, Elisabeta Lipă, Ed Coode, Tim Foster, David Chipp. Excerpt: David Allan Chipp (June 6, 1927 September 10, 2008) was a British journalist and author. He was a former editor-in-chief of Reuters and the Press Association , and a founding member of the Press Complaints Commission . Chipp was the first resident correspondent for the Reuters news service in China , having been based in Beijing in 1956 and 1958. Early life Chipp was born at Kew Gardens , where his father was an assistant keeper. He attended Malvern College and whilst vising an uncle in Malaya war was declared, so he carried on his education at Geelong Grammar School in Corio, Victoria , Australia . Aged seventeen he returned to Great Britain and in 1944 enlisted in the Middlesex Regiment , he served in the regiment for three years. In 1947 Chipp was demobilised after attaining the rank of Captain. He then went on to attend King's College, Cambridge , where he obtained a degree in history and was captain of college boats Career In 1947 Chipp joined Reuters as a temporary sports sub-editor . Later he was sent to Rangoon , Burma to open a new Reuters bureau there. 1956 saw Chipp sent to Peking where at the time he was the first non-communist reporter to be based there. He was later to write a memoir of his experiences in Peking entitled The Day I Stepped on Mao's Toes . The title refers to an incident when Chipp inadvertently backed on to Mao Zedong 's feet at a reception. In 1960 Chipp was recalled to London and by 1968 he had obtained the position of editor of Reuters. A year later Lord Barnetson asked Chipp to take the position of editor-in-chief of the then ailing Press Association. He succeeded in reversing the PA's decline and remained as ed...
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