London Paper hires Standard's WilkinsonThe London Paper has recruited Mark Wilkinson from the London Evening Standard to be its news editor.
Wilkinson succeeds Paul Baldwin, who becomes the online editor of the News International freesheet.
The deputy news editor, Dave Brown Dave Brown can refer to:
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Wilkinson has been at Associated Newspaper's 50p afternoon paper for five years as a senior reporter, night news editor and deputy news editor. He was also acting news editor of London Lite London Lite is the trading name of a British free newspaper, published by Associated Newspapers (part of Daily Mail and General Trust). It is available from Monday to Friday each week from Evening Standard vendors and street distributors in Central London only. , Associated Newspapers' afternoon freesheet and direct competitor to the London Paper.
Previously he was a reporter with the Press Association.
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