Sun on Sunday to be overhauled just 19 months after it launched

By Jennifer Faull | Deputy Editor

August 29, 2013 | 1 min read

The Sun on Sunday will undergo a radical overhaul, according to The Guardian, just 19 months after Rupert Murdoch launched it.

Speculation is mounting that a new, but “not too dramatic”, title will be introduced as well as an overall new look with new columnists.

The paper, which was originally launched to fill the void left when News of the World shut down, has also brought in 16 new staff in a bid to introduce "fresh energy, skill and new ideas" to the Sun's Sunday edition and set it apart from other papers on the stand.

David Dinsmore was only recently appointed editor, taking over from Dominic Mohan.

The relaunch is expected in the coming weeks.

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