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Ed Thornton has been a reporter at Church Times
since June 2010, and deputy news editor since January 2012. He also
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Ed has commented on church affairs for BBC News, the World
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Before joining Church Times, Ed worked for a political
magazine in Westminster and as a business journalist. He studied
English Literature at Leeds University (where he was deputy editor
of the Leeds Student newspaper), and has an MA in Political
Journalism from City University.
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