The Guardian’s departing home affairs editor reflects on his 34 years at the paper

Alan Travis joined the Guardian in 1984 as a reporter. He quickly joined the political staff and covered local government and transport before becoming our home affairs editor in 1992. As he leaves to take on new challenges, he reflects on his time at the Guardian and explains why he never wanted to work anywhere else.

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