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ITV today confirmed the line-up of senior politicians who will appear in the network’s major live debate on 9th June. Senior politicians appearing to back remaining in the European Union are Angela Eagle and Amber Rudd, representing Britain Stronger In Europe, and SNP Leader Nicola…

Kay Burley has taken her Facebook followers on a tour of the new Sky News Studios. The Sky News presenter said they hope to launch the new studio in the first week of September. The first video shows the entrance to the building, while the…

John Pienaar has been appointed the Deputy Political Editor at the BBC. In addition to this new role, he will continue to present his weekly Sunday morning programme, Pienaar’s Politics, on BBC Radio 5 live. John is taking over from James Landale, who is moving…

Sky News is to launch a new breed of weekly debate show from next week. ‘The Pledge’ has a format unique to British television. Entirely unmoderated, the participants are committed to free-speech and lively debate. It’s all about opinions, as five straight-talkers cross swords over…

Martin Stanford has announced he is to leave Sky News after 25 years with the broadcaster. “So it’s farewell to Sky News after 25 years. It’s been fun,” Martin said on Twitter this evening. “Now, as President Bartlett liked to say, “What’s next?” #watchthisspace” Martin…

Good Morning Britain was taken off-air this morning after a fire broke out at ITV studios. Four fire engines and 21 firefighters and officers tackled the fire, which left part of a post room on the first floor damaged. Fifty people were evacuated from the…

Nick Watt has been appointed Political Editor of BBC Newsnight, replacing Allegra Stratton. Nick, who is currently Chief Political Correspondent at the Guardian, has spent nearly 25 years covering UK and European politics from Westminster, Brussels and Northern Ireland. He began his political reporting career…

The BBC’s Norman Smith was told to stop filming in Central Lobby this afternoon. Broadcasters had been told they cannot film or conduct any interviews in Central Lobby while the disability protest underway. The House of Commons authorities do not allow such protests to be…

BBC Breakfast presenter Bill Turnbull signed off from the programme for the final time today! After almost 15 years on the red sofas Bill said his tenure was “more than enough for me and the audience. So it is a good time to call it…

Bill Turnbull will sign off from BBC Breakfast for the final time today! After almost 15 years on the red sofas Bill said his tenure was “more than enough for me and the audience. So it is a good time to call it a day…

The RTS Television Journalism Awards 2016 are taking place tonight at the London Hilton, Park Lane. The awards, for news and current affairs, seek to recognise creative and excellent journalism by organisations whose broadcasts are transmitted on a UK based platform and, for the first…

Sport presenter Dan Walker will join BBC Breakfast on Monday 29 February as a new presenter on the BBC One flagship daily news programme, replacing the departing Bill Turnbull. He’ll join BBC Breakfast co-presenter Louise Minchin on the famous red sofa on a Monday to…

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