Editor, Catholic Herald
Two concurrent editorships in two of the toughest markets – religion and politics
William Cash is an award-winning publisher, journalist and author, and is currently editor-in-chief of both the Catholic Herald and Mace magazine. Twice winner of ‘Editor of the Year,’ he spent ten years in Los Angeles as a correspondent for The Daily Telegraph and then The Times, and upon returning to the UK founded a number of publications – including the ‘Westminster Index’ and ‘Spear’s’ – a business and culture magazine aimed at high-net-worth individuals. In this in-depth interview, William fondly recalls a lively decade of adventures reporting from Hollywood; reflects on the Catholic Herald’s long history – founded in 1888 and sold only within churches, now reaching a global audience and considered Britain’s most influential religious title; and shares ambitions for his new cross-party political magazine ‘Mace’ – with a focus on the business of politics itself, and an attempt to reduce political division.
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