David Dinsmore made Sun editor because of his hair – it follows a pattern
CONGRATULATIONS to David Dinsmore on being named new editor of the Sun, the country’s most popular tabloid. He replaces Dominic Mohan, moved upstairs at News Corp. But how did Dinsmore get the job? We’ve noticed a pattern. The Sun editors in order are as follows:
Business Secretary Lord Mandelson (left) holds a cheque for the Journalists’ Charity with David Dinsmore at a charity lunch at Simpson’s in the Strand in London.
Dominic Mohan (hair)
Dominic Mohan, Editor of The Sun arrives at the Leveson Inquiry into press standards at the High Court in London.
The one woman: Rebekah Wade (and noble-browed friend)
EastEnders soap star Ross Kemp accompanied by the Deputy Editor of the News of The World Rebekah Wade arriving for a reception at No.10 Downing St. this evening (Wednesday) hosted by the Prime Minister Tony Blair. Photo by David Cheskin/PA.
David Yelland (no hair)
David Yelland, editor of the Sun newspaper, in the garden of No 10 Downing Street, London.
Stuart Higgins (hair)
UNDATED FILER OF STUART HIGGINS, ACTING
EDITOR OF THE NEWS OF THE WORLD, WHO IS
TO BECAME EDITOR OF THE SUN, REPLAYCING
KELVIN MACKENZIE AFTER HIS DEPARTURE TO
Kelvin MacKenzie (less hair)
SUN EDITOR KELVIN MACKENZIE APPEARING
BEFORE THE NATIONAL HERITAGE COMMITTEE
ON PRIVACY & MEDIA INTRUSION, AT THE
HOUSE OF COMMONS.
It’s the hair. It’s always about the hair in the celebrity-loving Sun… The paper’s next editor will be Gordon Smart (hair serum permitting):
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