is a British newspaper
began his career in journalism at the Evening Echo in Hemel Hempstead, aged 16.
In 1979, he joined the
as a reporter.
During the Wapping dispute
1986–1987, he crossed the picket line
and was the editor of the "Insight" investigative team.
He led the
newspaper's criticism of the "Death on
the Rock" documentary, which investigated SAS actions which ended in the deaths of three Provisional IRA members.
In 1989, he became the editor of the Sunday Express
, serving for two years,
before returning to edit the Sunday Times Magazine
1993 to 1994, Morgan was the editor of the UK edition of
. He then
returned as editor of the Sunday Times Magazine
until 2009. He has also been a contributing editor of GQ
- Julie Tomlin, " Robin Morgan: 'Inept management has led to less
reporting'", Press Gazette, 6 April 2009
- " Inside Story: The ex-editors' files",
Independent, 9 May 2005