Mail on Sunday investigations editor Paul Henderson is the latest Fleet Street executive to take the dollar of American Media and go across the Atlantic.
Henderson, 52, has been recruited by former Sun associate editor Paul Field who is expected to recruit up to 20 British tabloid journalists for projects at the National Enquirer publisher. A number of journalists are understood to be waiting visa confirmation before they resign their current jobs to cross the Atlantic.
Henderson is married with three daughters and started his career on the Newham Recorder and the Stratford Express in East London, before moving to the old Fleet Street News Agency and the Birmingham Mail.
He then worked at PA, London Evening News, Daily Star, News of the World and Today before joining the Daily Mail as chief investigative reporter in 1989. He worked as chief reporter at the Daily Express before returning to Associated Newspapers as news editor of the Mail on Sunday and then investigations editor.