John Witherow

editor the times

South African born John Witherow is the editor of The Times. After graduating from the University of Leeds and receiving a diploma in journalism from the University of Cardiff, Witherow’s career in journalism began as a trainee at Reuters. He soon moved to The Times as the home and foreign correspondent before joining the Sunday Times, where he would remain for nearly 30 years, 18 of which as editor. He became editor of The Times towards the end of 2013, and was recently appointed to the Appointment Panel of the Independent Press Standards Organisation which, in accordance with the guidelines established by the Leveson Enquiry, aims to regulate the UK’s newspapers.

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