Roger Squires (born 22 February 1932) is a British crossword maker. He lives in Shropshire with his wife Anna. He has made more crosswords than anyone else in the world. He makes the Monday crossword for The Telegraph. On 22 February 2012, it was Squires' 80th birthday. The Guardian and Financial Times held a party for him at The Guardian's offices in London. The Telegraph held a lunch party for him in Birmingham. John Galbraith Graham wrote him a sonnet.
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Squires has two sons. He is married to Anna Squires.