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Sun political editor joins PR agency

By Laihan Burr Dixon

22nd October 2009


The Sun’s political editor, George Pascoe-Watson, is leaving the paper for a career in public relations.

Pascoe-Watson, is to become a partner at the Portland consultancy, which is run by Tim Allan, a former adviser to Tony Blair and once head of communications at the pay-TV group BSkyB.

He is being replaced by Tom Newton Dunn, The Sun’s defence editor. Newton Dunn, will continue to cover defence from Westminster.

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