Guardian set to break up six-strong team of investigative reporters as journalists told to find other roles

A Guardian News and Media spokesperson said: “We are currently reviewing the way we run our news and investigations teams to make sure we have the right people in the right roles. Confidential discussions have taken place with those involved and, as far as we are concerned, they remain confidential.
“In the past six months, the Guardian has conducted high-profile investigations into Sports Direct, Amazon, Hillsborough, Orgreave, bullying in the Tory party – which led to the resignation of Grant Shapps – and most recently the Panama Papers, the biggest data leak in history and a story which has reverberated around the globe. Two months ago, we poached Nick Hopkins from Newsnight to run our investigations team, so the suggestion that the Guardian has become more risk averse is risible.”

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