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Isabel Webster is a presenter on Sky News

She currently co-hosting Sunrise with Stephen Dixon on Friday-Sunday from 6am-10am.

Before entering the studio as a full-time presenter, Isabel was out on the road as a reporter for more than seven years – three of which were spent as Sky’s West of England Correspondent.

During her career she has been involved in the coverage of major events including the Oscar Pistorius trial, the disappearance of flight MH370, the Royal Wedding, the London Riots, the Arab Spring, the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee and the Olympics.

Isabel previously presented and reported for commercial radio, local, regional and national BBC News.

Watch as Sky News presenter Isabel Webster drops Dame Elizabeth Anionwu’s DBE medal live on Sky News Sunrise.

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Sky News has unveil a new schedule with new programmes and new presenters. As announced last week, Sarah-Jane Mee and Jonathan Samuels will present a new look Sunrise from 17 October 2016. The show will be extended to 10am before Adam Boulton hosts an hour…

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