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KELVIN MACKENZIE, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, MIRROR TV
When Janet Street-Porter cleared her desk at Mirror Group's offices in Canary Wharf last week and left her position as managing director of Live TV, the name muttered darkly by her supporters was "MacKenzie".
Kelvin MacKenzie, the former editor of The Sun who had built a media reputation by displaying tabloid brilliance and famed for his savage "bollockings", was said to have forced out Street-Porter in a bitter power struggle.
While MacKenzie was editor of The Sun in the late 80s, he ran a picture of Street-Porter next to that of a horse, and invited Sun readers to vote on which was the uglier. Last year, when he …