Veteran journalists among Guardian redundancies

The Guardian has named some of the journalists taking voluntary redundancy as part of Guardian News and Media’s programme to cut editorial headcount from 850 to 800.

They include Westminster correspondent David Hencke, who has worked at the paper for 33 years, and senior correspondent Duncan Campbell, who leaves after 22 years.

Also going are senior reporter Audrey Gillan, personal finance writer Tony Levene, work section editor Ian Wylie, investigative reporter David Pallister and TV critic Gareth McLean.

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