James Douglas (journalist)
Douglas edited The Star from 1908 to 1920, then the Sunday Express until 1931. He was a supporter of censorship, and called for several books to be banned, most notably The Well of Loneliness. He was mocked by P. R. Stephensen and Jack Lindsay in The Sink of Solitude (1928).
- Randolph Spencer Churchill and Martin Gilbert, Winston S. Churchill: 1914-1916, p.128
- James Armstrong (1931) "The Publication, Prosecution and Re-Publication of James Hanley's Boy", p.353 The Library (1997) s6-19 (4):351-362.
| Editor of The Star
| Editor of the Sunday Express
with John Gordon 1928–1931