5 MAY 2014
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This being the first Monday of the month we normally lead with ON THE SOAPBOX. However we think there is enough reading for you. Shannon Hyland, President and CEO of Radius Travel will be next week.
Readers will notice that we have resurrected the original format, but without photographs. It is the news that people want, but images are useful, particularly when it comes to people who you might want to recognise at some point. Therefore we have not dropped the pictures entirely and they are being retained for stories but only on the full web edition (ie by clicking through from the Home page). We are also using larger photos, to suit the story (PRs please note – but still low res). Where people are concerned and also with interesting topics we will also offer more than one image if appropriate. (See Flybe management changes and Accor expansion)
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