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Series of departures at The Guardian

By Staff

2nd July 2009


A number of journalists are leaving The Guardian as part of cost cutting measures by the paper’s owners.

Senior reporters Audrey Gillan and Duncan Campbell will take voluntary redundancy and will leave by the end of the month. David Pallister, a senior reporter who specialises in investigative reporting has already left.

David Hencke, the paper’s Westminster correspondent, has also taken the company’s offer of voluntary redundancy and will leave in the next few weeks.

Ian Wylie, editor of the Work & Graduate supplement, has also left. As of this Monday his responsibilities have passed to Graham Snowdon. Wylie’s departure follows Helen Oldfield’s who was deputy editor of Guardian Weekend.

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