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Sunday Times Deputy Political Editor Runners and Riders

From Guido Fawkes
Posted 10 January 2017, 8.24am est

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The Sunday Times deputy political editor job is one of the toughest in political journalism, requiring scoops that hold and set the agenda every weekend. The paper will be looking at candidates who fall into more than one of the following three cate...


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