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Claudia Cockburn Flanders, OBE (11 February 1933 – 25 June 1998) was an American-British disability activist who spent much of her working life in the United Kingdom. Her parents were Claud Cockburn, a journalist, and Hope Hale Davis. She married singer-songwriter Michael Flanders in 1959. Her stepmother, by her father's remarriage, was Jean Ross, the reported inspiration for Christopher Isherwood's iconic character Sally Bowles. Through her father, she was the half-sister of mystery writer Sarah Caudwell, Ross's daughter, Irish journalists Alexander, Andrew and Patrick Cockburn, and paternal aunt of actress Olivia Wilde (née Cockburn), including Wilde's siblings.

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  • Claudia Cockburn Flanders, OBE (11 February 1933 – 25 June 1998) was an American-British disability activist who spent much of her working life in the United Kingdom. Her parents were Claud Cockburn, a journalist, and Hope Hale Davis. She married singer-songwriter Michael Flanders in 1959. Her stepmother, by her father's remarriage, was Jean Ross, the reported inspiration for Christopher Isherwood's iconic character Sally Bowles. Through her father, she was the half-sister of mystery writer Sarah Caudwell, Ross's daughter, Irish journalists Alexander, Andrew and Patrick Cockburn, and paternal aunt of actress Olivia Wilde (née Cockburn), including Wilde's siblings.
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  • Claudia Cockburn Flanders, OBE (11 February 1933 – 25 June 1998) was an American-British disability activist who spent much of her working life in the United Kingdom. Her parents were Claud Cockburn, a journalist, and Hope Hale Davis. She married singer-songwriter Michael Flanders in 1959. Her stepmother, by her father's remarriage, was Jean Ross, the reported inspiration for Christopher Isherwood's iconic character Sally Bowles. Through her father, she was the half-sister of mystery writer Sarah Caudwell, Ross's daughter, Irish journalists Alexander, Andrew and Patrick Cockburn, and paternal aunt of actress Olivia Wilde (née Cockburn), including Wilde's siblings. In 1987, Flanders formed Tripscope, an organisation to help disabled people with transportation difficulties. She created the post of adviser on disability to the National Bus Company (UK) in the 1970s and served for many years on the national and the Department of Transport Advisory Committee on Disability in the UK. She was awarded an OBE in 1981 for her services to disabled people.
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