Editorial team

This page is currently under construction. The email addresses and names, however, are up-to-date and correct.

Editor

Elliot Davies - [email protected]

Deputy editor (print)

Jonathan Bucks - [email protected]

Deputy editor (online)

Chris Walker - [email protected]

Business manager

Sophie Grace - [email protected]

Production manager

Omar Ali - [email protected]

News editor

Rachael Miller - [email protected]

Viewpoint editor

Gabriel Ross - [email protected]

Features editors

Miles Adams and Caroline Rhoads - [email protected]

Arts & Culture editor

Sæunn Gísladóttir - [email protected]

Sport editor

Andrew Williams - [email protected]

Events editor

Alison Hutchison - [email protected]

Photography chief

Raphaël Benros - [email protected]

Video editor

Henry Legg[email protected]

Illustration chief

Monica Burns[email protected]

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