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Senior executives at Guardian Media Group have held “top secret” talks about moving the newspaper’s headquarters from north London back to its birthplace in Manchester, The Times has learnt.
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The Guardian cuts 142-year link with the Manchester Evening News Trinity Mirror said the acquired titles complemented its existing portfolio and reinforced its commitment to regional media. As part of the deal, staff on the MEN Media titles will move from their current offices at Scott Place in Spinningfields to premises operated by Trinity Mirror in Chadderton, near Oldham, where the papers are printed.
Trinity Mirror chief executive Sly Bailey said the deal was “a perfect strategic fit” for the group.