Series of changes at The Guardian

The Guardian has announced a series of changes to its senior editorial staff due to occur next month.

Dan Roberts, head of business, is to be national news editor, replacing Nick Hopkins. Hopkins is on sabattical until next year, when he will return to the paper in a senior writing role.

Charlie English, associate editor and deputy Saturday editor, is to become international editor, replacing Harriet Sherwood who became Jerusalem correspondent earlier this year.

Stuart Millar, the paper’s news editor, will become web news editor. Emily Wilson, the paper’s features editor, is to be made G1 editor. Will Woodward, head of politics, will be the deputy national news editor. Matt Wells, head of audio, has been named the new blogs editor and Natalie Hanman will be editor of the Comment website, leaving her role as deputy editor of Comment is Free.

It has also been announced that reporter Paul Lewis is leaving the paper to join The Times as special correspondent. He has been at the paper for five years.

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