Trevor Kavanagh

associate editor the sun

Trevor Kavanagh is the associate editor of The Sun. Educated at Reigate Grammar School, Kavanagh left school at 17 to work for local newspapers. Over the next few years Kavanagh flitted between the UK and Australia working for titles such as the Bristol Evening Post and the Sydney Daily Mirror before assuming a position at The Sun on a permanent basis. He was political editor at the paper until 2006, and continues to write as a columnist. Kavanagh gained notoriety with his coverage of the Hutton Inquiry when he received details of the report before it was published, in what is recognised as one of the greatest ever scoops in British journalism.

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