Gareth Morgan (editor)

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Gareth Morgan is a former editor of UK tabloid newspaper the Daily Star Sunday.

He became editor of the newspaper in December 2003, taking over from Hugh Whittow. Within four years he made the Daily Star Sunday Britain's fastest growing national newspaper. Once he said in an interview that this is the nicest job a man could wish for.[1]

Morgan is a former rocket scientist for British Aerospace, who read physics at Manchester University and the University of Louisville, Kentucky.[2]


Media offices
Preceded by
Hugh Whittow
Editor of Daily Star Sunday
Succeeded by
Peter Carbery