Major Guardian reshuffle ahead of Berliner switch

Dominic Ponsford
The Guardian has revealed a major editorial reshuffle ahead of its expected relaunch in Berliner format next month.
Deputy foreign editor Nick Hopkins has moved from
the international desk to become home news editor. He joined the
Guardian from the Daily Mail in 1998 and was made crime correspondent a
year later. He was part of the team which won Press Gazette scoop of
the year in 1999 for the Mandelson home loan scandal. He was made
deputy foreign editor in 2003.
David Munk has been promoted from assistant foreign editor to deputy foreign editor.
David Hearst has gone from assistant foreign editor to associate foreign editor.
Science Correspondent David Adam will become environment correspondent.
Leader writer Richard Adams has been made joint deputy comment editor.
Special projects editor Stuart Millar is joining the subbing tam as assistant duty editor on the back bench.
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