Paul Dacre publicly hits out at Daily Mail successor Geordie Greig

The former editor wrote a letter disputing Greig’s claim about new advert sales

Paul Dacre has publicly criticised Geordie Greig, his successor as editor of the Daily Mail, in a highly unusual intervention that lays bare the deep personal and ideological divisions at the top of the newspaper.

Dacre, who still holds the title of editor-in-chief at the Daily Mail’s parent company DMG Media, has written a letter to the Financial Times [paywall] accusing Greig of being “economic with the actualité” in a recent interview.

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