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Brian Moore
City Mayors' Editorial Consultant

Brian Moore, Associate Fellow and editorial consultant to the City Mayors Foundation since 2004, is a professional English language editor whose work involves revising and rewriting material of all types.

As a journalist on The Times, London, he was initially part of its team of parliamentary reporters, and then a sub-editor on the Foreign, Home News and Special Reports desks. He then set up a crime-reporting news agency based at the Old Bailey and later became editor of Central News, London, with special responsibility for instructing young journalists in the clarity of language. .

At City Mayors he prepares for publication all material written by contributors from non-English speaking countries.

Since turning to corporate and academic editing, he has revised work of all types – from books and articles to PhD theses, mostly from non-native English speakers seeking help to enliven and enhance their work by cutting through jargon, vagueness and convolution.

Brian has also worked on a number of business publications including The Chartered Surveyors Survey, Government World and the GermanData series on investment reports.

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