A gang of British newspapermen (and women) have taken custody of the US tabloid, The National Enquirer. The New York Times describes them as a SWAT team of Fleet Street...

A gang of British newspapermen (and women) have taken custody of the US tabloid,  The National Enquirer. The New York Times describes them as "a SWAT team of Fleet Street meat-eaters brought in to revive the storied but now flagging checkout magazine."

Paul Field is now the Enquirer's editor brough in from The Sun, a popular British tabloid where he was associate editor. Paul will also oversee the expansion of the weekly tabloid to 72 pages from 60 pages with the April 18 issue (on sale April 7), along with the addition of Anna Nicole Smith as a columnist and a section for women called "Q" that will provide how-to tips and uplifting stories about regular people will also debut. The NY Times suggests:

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