MEDIA: MEDIA BRIEFS - SNP’s Wilson will write Sunday column

Peter Cox, the new editor at the Sunday Mail, Scotland’s biggest selling Sunday newspaper, has recruited the SNP’s shadow finance minister, Andrew Wilson, to its team of columnists. Cox has also promoted Iain Ferguson from deputy news editor to news editor, and has named Brian Steel as assistant editor features, from his previous role as assistant editor news. The Sunday Mail’s magazine has been revamped to include more health, fashion, entertainment and music.

Peter Cox, the new editor at the Sunday Mail, Scotland’s biggest

selling Sunday newspaper, has recruited the SNP’s shadow finance

minister, Andrew Wilson, to its team of columnists. Cox has also

promoted Iain Ferguson from deputy news editor to news editor, and has

named Brian Steel as assistant editor features, from his previous role

as assistant editor news. The Sunday Mail’s magazine has been revamped

to include more health, fashion, entertainment and music.



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