Martin Sixsmith





Martin Sixsmith


Born
in Warrington, The United Kingdom
September 24, 1954

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George Martin Sixsmith, British author and journalist.
Sixsmith joined the BBC in 1980 where he worked as a foreign correspondent, most notably reporting from Moscow during the end of the Cold War. He also reported from Poland during the Solidarity uprising and was the BBC's Washington correspondent during the election and first presidency of Bill Clinton. He was based in Russia for five years, the US for four, Brussels for four and Poland for three.

Sixsmith left the BBC in 1997 to work for the newly elected government of Tony Blair. He became Director of Communications (a civil service post), working first with Harriet Harman and Frank Field, then with Alistair Darling. His next position was as a Director of GEC plc, where he oversaw the re
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“Death changes things. It changes how we think about people; it changes the living and it changes the dead.”
Martin Sixsmith, Philomena: A Mother, Her Son And A Fifty Year Search

“You'll remain, Mike. You'll remain with me. I'll always miss you, and I'll always love you.”
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