M&G 20th Anniversary

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The M&G's "green team" has taken on environmental issues with the same vigour as the paper tackles human-rights abuses, writes Fiona Macleod.

Weekly Mail recruits were poverty stricken, persecuted and despised, writes Anton Harber, but those who stayed afloat are now shaping the news.

"Interns came from all walks of life, with their own histories, bringing different life experiences to the courses, holding conflicting ideologies."

The Weekly Mail was the first home of the country's best cartoonists, writes Julia Beffon.

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