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Carl Dinnen is a political correspondent for ITV News..

Carl’s report on the Japanese Tsunami was part of BAFTA winning C4 News in 2012. In that year he also exclusively revealed the number of British Military children to have lost parents in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Carl reported from Norway in the days following the massacre on Utoya and from Dublin during the Queen’s historic visit.

Previously Carl has been Channel 4 News Correspondent and Ireland Correspondent for GMTV.

Sally Lockwood is a news reporter for ITV News.

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Peter Smith is a reporter for ITV News. Peter is based in Scotland.

Paul Brand is a Political Correspondent for ITV News Previously he covered the politics of northern England, Scotland and Wales for ITV Regional News. He was the first journalist to break the result in Sunderland as votes were counted in… Read more

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  • Aberdeen nationalist

    What a sneering leftwing prick Cameron said Bunch of Immigrants, so what, they are a bunch of immigrants most of them fake and some meaning harm to the UK. The hate sneering over Dinnens face was vile as he reported on Cameron’s apparently gaff, and likening it to the Holocaust, you leftwing traitor scum should be charged for that what a vile slur.