Training chief leaves the NCTJ

The head of accreditation at the National Council for the Training of Journalists has left less than two months after starting in the post.

Tony Loynes, former deputy editor of the East Anglian Times and Press Gazette editor, has resigned due to the commute from his home to the NCTJ‘s offices.

He told Press Gazette: “I have left the NCTJ by mutual agreement and with great regret. I loved the job but was unable to continue due to the difficult commute from my home in Suffolk to the NCTJ offices near Saffron Walden.”

Loynes took the job in September after holding the post of editorial director of Wilmington Business Information, which owned Press Gazette from December 2006 to April this year.

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