The Sun’s managing editor Richard Caseby rumoured to be stepping down

It has been rumoured that Richard Caseby, managing editor of The Sun, is to step down from the role which he has held for 24 years.

The Press Gazette has reported that the outspoken Caseby has been spotted in meetings with HR, although no formal announcement has been made yet.

This comes just weeks after it was announced that David Dinsmore has been appointed editor of the Sun, replacing Dominic Mohan.

Rupert Murdoch’s News Corporation has now split into two companies.

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