Lorna Frame, former Daily Record assistant editor, has been
appointed editor of the Daily Express Life section.
She replaces Rachel Carlyle, who has moved to The Daily Telegraph
Magazine as commissioning editor.
The Life section covers health, fashion and family. One of Frame's first
acts has been to focus Monday's pages purely on alternative
Between leaving the Scottish newspaper and joining the Express, Frame
worked for nine months as a freelance.
Carlyle will be responsible for commissioning across the board on the
Telegraph Magazine. Deputy editor Will Ellsworth-Jones said he expects
her to bring 'new ideas and new writers' to the title.
She replaces Louise Carpenter, who will begin a five-month sabbatical