Mark Thomas (newspaper editor)

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Mark David Thomas (born 1 March 1967) is a British former newspaper editor who now works in public relations.

Thomas grew up in London, where he attended Rutlish School. He entered journalism in 1988, as a reporter for The People. In 1994, he moved to the News of the World, where he rose to become chief reporter.

He joined the Daily Mirror in 1997 as features editor, then became assistant editor and, in 2001, deputy editor. In 2003, he was appointed editor of The People, and remained in the post until 2008. He then took up an appointment at TM Media PR.[1]

He currently works as director of fundraising at the Hospital of St John and Elizabeth, 60 Grove End Road NW8


  1. ^ "THOMAS, Mark David", Who's Who
Media offices
Preceded by
Tina Weaver
Deputy Editor of the Daily Mirror
Succeeded by
Des Kelly
Preceded by
Neil Wallis
Editor of The People
Succeeded by
Lloyd Embley