Media Bulletin

Shakeup on the Telegraph’s political and investigations teams

By Staff

25th October 2011


The Daily Telegraph has appointed The Sunday Times’ Claire Newell as investigations editor as part of a wider shakeup of its political and investigations teams.

Newell will work with Holly Watt who has been promoted to Whitehall editor and Heidi Blake who has been appointed investigations reporter.

On the politics desk Robert Winnett has been appointed political editor. He replaces Andrew Porter who will take on the new role of public policy editor.

James Kirkup has been promoted to deputy political editor and Christopher Hope has been promoted from Whitehall editor to senior political correspondent.

Other changes on the politics desk include Tim Ross joining the Parliamentary lobby as political correspondent and Rowena Mason moving from the business desk to join the politics team.

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[lnk||_self|Claire Newell]
[lnk||_self|Holly Watt]
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[lnk||_self|Robert Winnett]
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[lnk||_self|James Kirkup]
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