9 April 1980
|Education||Loughborough Grammar School
|Occupation||Newspaper Editor, journalist, radio presenter|
|Notable credit(s)||The Sun|
|Children||Nelly and Teddy|
Stig Abell (born Stephen Abell on 9 April 1980) is Managing Editor of UK's The Sun newspaper. He also is a Fiction reviewer at The Spectator and reviewer at Telegraph Media Group as well as The Times Literary Supplement. In addition to this he is a co-presenter on LBC Radio.
In September 2001, Abell joined the Press Complaints Commission as a complaints officer; he completed other roles at the PCC including press officer, assistant director and deputy director before being appointed Director of the PCC on 19 December 2010.
In March 2012 Abell took up a partnership role at Pagefield, a communications consultancy, where he was head of crisis and issues management practice. He provided strategic support for the Thames Diamond Jubilee Pageant and Battersea Power Station. His clients included Sime Darby Berhad and high-profile institutions, organisations and individuals who are subject to media scrutiny.
In March 2014 Abell started co-presenting a show on LBC Radio alongside Sky News television presenter Kay Burley from 8-11am on Sundays. Burley is the main presenter while Abell reviews the papers and adds political comment.
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