Adam Parsons returns to BBC News

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Adam Parsons returns to BBC News

Adam Parsons is back on the BBC News channel today presenting alongside Martine Croxall..

Parsons left the BBC in 2009 to become director of communications and public affairs for The British Olympic Association (BOA). In June 2010 Adam joined the Hotel chain Travelodge as director of communications.

Prior to joining the BOA, Adam was working as BBC sports correspondent and as a relief presenter on the news channel.

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