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As Editor in Chief, Editor, Executive Editor, Deputy Editor or Assistant Editor, Richard has helped
run more national newspapers than anyone else in Britain. He was Editor of the Daily Express for three
years and Weekend Editor of the Financial Times for another three. He wrote an award-winning book with
Lord Green, ex-chairman of HSBC; and has been an advisor to the EU and media groups all over the world.
He founded The Day in 2011.
She is a journalist, political pundit and parent to two small girls. A former national and
international news editor, and education and political correspondent, at the Financial Times, she
contributes to The Times, The Guardian, The Observer, Intelligent Life and other publications. Miranda
regularly appears on BBC television and radio, and presents Radio 4’s What The Papers Say. She used to be Press Secretary to Paddy Ashdown.
With The Day since its launch, Tom has worked as Business Manager, Head of Sales and is now
Commercial Director. Formerly he founded youth enterprise network Open Society, and has been a
copy-writer, journalist and an undercover reporter for ITN.
With over a decade of experience in online development, Bobby has worked for the charity Save the
Children and the international publisher, John Wiley & Sons. He is descended from two generations
of headteachers, so his career path was decided at an early age: anything but teaching.
After 15 years of teaching in a variety of schools Joe is now directing The Day’s constant efforts to be relevant and
useful to teachers. He is passionate about education and the role The Day can play in engaging students with current affairs
and the world around them. His heroes include John Clare and Bob Dylan and he believes that if everyone played the ukulele
the world would be a happier place.
Originally from Siberia, where bears unicycle and people swim in frozen lakes, Tutu came to the UK in 2008. She creates all the illustrations and design for The Day, draws the daily pocket cartoon Short Epics and swims two miles every morning before breakfast.
Formerly a writer for a fact checking website evaluating claims from politicians in the media, Edgar also worked on several social enterprises and sold cheese at London markets.
Not your ordinary accountant – Jonny has operated internationally as a Finance Director having worked in the Middle and Far East, he
loves rolling up his sleeves and getting involved.