Martin Clarke to step down as editor of MailOnline
The editor of MailOnline, one of the UK’s biggest news websites, has announced he is leaving, weeks after appearing to be one of the victors in an internal power struggle at its owner, DMG Media.
Martin Clarke, who had been editor-in-chief at the online arm of the publisher which also owns the Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday, will stand down at the end of February. He had been at MailOnline for 12 years.
In a statement he said that he had told the group’s owner, Lord Rothermere, that he wanted to leave earlier this year “to pursue new challenges”.
“This has been a once-in-a-lifetime ride and there is simply no other job with DMG Media I would rather have,” he said.
A successor is yet to be named.
Youngian wrote:Tim’s made a startling discovery. Think what he means is they used to put their journalist hats on when there’s a juicy story even if it was a Tory government.All joking aside, that's a quite incredible statement for an educated, intelligent person to make. He's just inviting ridicule.
Youngian wrote: ↑Fri Jun 10, 2022 5:56 pm Tim’s made a startling discovery. Think what he means is they used to put their journalist hats on when there’s a juicy story even if it was a Tory government.All we are seeing here is the cleaving of the Conservative body into the Johnsonites and the Anybody but Johnsonites.
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