Mirror editors axed as paper goes seven days

Daily Mirror editor and Sunday Mirror editor both made redundant.

Richard Wallace, editor of the Daily Mirror, arrives at the Leveson inquiry.
Richard Wallace, editor of the Daily Mirror, and Sly Bailey, Chief Executive of Trinity Mirror, arrive to give evidence to the Leveson inquiry on January 16, 2012. Photograph: Getty Images.

Sunday Mirror editor Tina Weaver and Daily Mirror editor Richard Wallace have both been made redundant as the titles are moved to seven days a week publishing.

As part of a major editorial restructure, People editor Lloyd Embley has been appointed editor of both the Daily Mirror and Sunday Mirror.

Two new senior editorial roles have been created with an editor for the Daily Mirror (weekdays) and a weekend editor of the Mirror, combining the editorship of the Daily Mirror on Saturday with that of the Sunday Mirror. Both roles will report to Embley.

Read more at Press Gazette.

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