The report says:
The board also decided to set in motion plans for a ring-fenced budgeted promotions programme and a re-launch. It also agreed to set up an editorial advisory board from within the Labour Party and the trade unions.
The board is chaired by Mr McGrath and attended by the editor. Its members are: Joe Holder, lawyer; Gill Morris, head of public affairs agency Connect (see also); Ivor Gaber, freelance journalist and consultant (see also); John Braggins, former senior official with the Labour Party; and political affairs consultant (see also) and Mark McDonald, an international human rights lawyer (see also). The posts are voluntary.
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The links are mineMeanwhile the board also made Michael Foot lifetime honoury editor-in-chief.
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