Sarah Sands has been the editor of the London Evening Standard since 2012, and anyone familiar with the rag will know it trots out feminist narratives as reliably as The Guardian.
The BBC is becoming ever more tightly controlled by feminists. Accordingly, it’s been announced Ms Sands will become the next editor of Today, the BBC’s flagship morning news programme, broadcast on Radio 4 from 06:00 – 09:00.
An extract from a piece in The Guardian:
Sands will be the second woman to edit the agenda-setting programme after Dame Jenny Abramsky, the chair of the Royal Academy of Music. She is understood to have beaten four women on an all-female shortlist. [our emphasis]
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