The deputy editor of flagship Scottish daily The Herald has stepped up to the editor’s job.
Magnus Llewellin has been announced as the new editor of the Glasgow based title, succeeding Jonathan Russell who left in October.
He said: “I am delighted to take on what I regard to be the best job in Scottish journalism at such an important time in this nation’s history.”
A father of two Magnus, currently chairs the judging panel of the Scottish Politician of the Year Awards and is a committee member of the Journalists’ Charity in Scotland.
He describes his hobbies as hillwalking, running and travel.