Dominic Mohan will edit the new Sun on Sunday

‘Sun on Sunday to be edited by Dominic Mohan’
The Sun on Sunday, which launches this coming weekend will be edited by the editor of the Sun, Dominic Mohan. The former editor of the News of the World, Victoria Newton, will have a senior role at the new paper. Tom Mockridge, the chief executive of News International has said “The Sun’s future can now be reshaped as a unique seven-day proposition in both print and digital. Our readers’ reaction to the announcement of a seventh-day Sun has been huge and we won’t let them down.”

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