Montgomery clashes with Dutch newspaper bosses


The supervisory board of Dutch newspaper group Wegener has resigned following a row with owner David Montgomery, the former Mirror chief exec and boss of European newspaper group Mecom.

According to the FT, the editors of all seven regional papers in the group have written to Montgomery urging him to rethink merger plans.

Meanwhile, the Daily Mail says Mecom boss David Montgomery is interested in acquiring the remaining 49 per cent stake in Polish publisher Presspublica, currently owned by its government.

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