Trinity Mirror is to cut a net total of 40 editorial jobs as part of a restructure that will see more content shared between its 100-plus regional titles and flagship national papers including the Daily Mirror, as well as a greater focus on creating more local digital output.

The publisher is cutting 92 posts from 800 editorial staff across its regional papers, excluding Scotland, but will be hiring for 52 new roles – half on its national titles the Daily Mirror, Sunday Mirror and Sunday People – as part of a strategy to move from a print focus to digital content and e-editions.

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