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Stig Abell is a British journalist and newspaper editor. He is the former editor of The Sun and the former managing editor of The Times. He is currently the director of the Press Complaints Commission. Abell was born in England in 1980. He attended the University of Oxford, where he studied English Literature. After graduating, he worked as a journalist for The Times, The Guardian, and The Sun. In 2013, Abell was appointed editor of The Sun, becoming the youngest editor of a national newspaper in the UK. He left the role in 2015 and was appointed managing editor of The Times. In 2017, Abell was appointed director of the Press Complaints Commission, a role he still holds. He is also a regular contributor to BBC Radio 4 and a columnist for The Times. Abell is married to journalist and author, Sarah Vine. They have two children.
|Stephen Paul Abell
|Newspaper editor, journalist, radio presenter
|43 years old
|10 April, 1980
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In April 2020 it was announced that Abell would be joining the upcoming radio station Times Radio as a presenter. He will co-present the Monday to Thursday breakfast show, with Aasmah Mir, when the station begins later in the year.
In May 2018 Abell's first book, How Britain Really Works, was published by John Murray.
In May 2016, Abell took up a new post as the editor of The Times Literary Supplement, succeeding Sir Peter Stothard, who had edited the newspaper for the previous 14 years. He is a regular presenter on the BBC Radio Four series Front Row.
In March 2014, Abell started co-presenting a show on LBC Radio alongside Sky News television presenter Kay Burley from 8 am to 11 am on Sundays. Burley was the main presenter while Abell reviewed the papers and added political comment.
From August 2014, the show was co-presented by Abell and LBC's Petrie Hosken. In January 2015, he was given his own show from 8 am to 10 am on Sundays. From April 2016, Abell moved to the afternoon slot on Sundays of 3 pm to 6 pm.
Currently editor of The Times Literary Supplement, Abell was the managing editor of the UK's Sun newspaper from 2013 to 2016. He was formerly a fiction reviewer at The Spectator and reviewer at Telegraph Media Group as well as The Times Literary Supplement. He was also a presenter on LBC Radio.
In September 2001, Abell joined the Press Complaints Commission as a complaints officer; he completed other roles at the PCC including press officer, assistant director and deputy director before being appointed Director of the PCC on 19 December 2010. In August 2013, Abell joined The Sun as managing editor, his role until the end of April 2016.
Stephen "Stig" Paul Abell (born 10 April 1980) is an English journalist, newspaper editor and radio presenter.