Harding paid tribute to staff and praised the paper's investigative journalism, campaigns and foreign reporting. He will be missed.
Not in office today. But I've bloody loved working for James Harding. Gutted.
@hugorifkind Yes, me too. First class brain and first-class person who gave me the chance to sound off in The Times
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