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Sarah April Louise Baxter (born 1959) is a British journalist. She is the deputy editor of The Sunday Times.
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The daughter of an American mother, Baxter has dual citizenship. She went up to St Hilda's College, Oxford in 1978 to read History. After graduating in 1981, she worked for Penguin Books as a copywriter and then Virago Press as a press officer.
Following a period as an editor for the London edition of Time Out, she joined the New Statesman where she became the political editor. She then joined The Observer where she eventually became senior associate editor responsible for the comment section. Baxter left The Observer in 1996.
Baxter moved to The Sunday Times following an appointment as editor of the News Review section, a post in which she remained for four years. From July 2001, Baxter was based in New York. Despite having identified as a Labour Party voter and registered Democrat in the United States, she advocated support for George W. Bush over John Kerry in the 2004 presidential election because she trusted Bush's "judgement on the war on terror more than Kerry’s. In this election, I am a single-issue voter." She became the Washington correspondent of The Sunday Times in 2005, before returning to London in 2009 to become editor of the newspaper's magazine, which she edited until September 2015. In June 2013, she was appointed the deputy editor of The Sunday Times and is a non-executive director of Times Newspapers Holdings Ltd.
Sarah Baxter's husband, Jez Coulson, is a British photographer; the couple have two children.