The Irish Times appoints new editor

The Irish Times has appointed a new editor to replace the outgoing Paul O’Neill.

Editor-in-Chief Ruadhán Mac Cormaic will take up the post on October 26, the newspaper announced today.

Mr Mac Cormaic previously held a number of positions at the newspaper, including foreign affairs correspondent, legal affairs correspondent, Paris correspondent and migration correspondent.

Mr Mac Cormaic, who has been Deputy Editor since 2017, is also the author of The Supreme Court, published by Penguin Ireland.

“I am honored (and delighted) to have been appointed Editor of The Irish Times. I am extremely proud to have the opportunity to work with such exceptionally talented journalists,” Mr Mac Cormaic wrote on Twitter after his appointment was announced today. The Irish Times appoints new editor

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