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Nick Robinson is BBC News’ Political Editor.

Robinson rejoined the BBC in 2005 to replace Andrew Marr as Political Editor. Nick left the BBC in 2002 to join ITV as its Political Editor. Prior to this he was BBC News 24’s Chief Political Correspondent.

Robinson began at the BBC in 1986 as a trainee producer on Brass Tacks, Newsround and Crimewatch.

Nick Robinson is to present BBC Radio 4’s Today programme from the autumn, following ten years as the BBC’s Political Editor. Nick replaces Jim Naughtie as part of the core presenting team on BBC Radio 4’s agenda-setting flagship news and current affairs programme, joining John…

The BBC’s political editor Nick Robinson is to have an operation to remove a tumour from his lung. The 51-year-old will take a short time off work to recover after the bronchial carcinoid tumour is removed. In a statement, his agent said Mr Robinson would…

Stewart Purvis – the former Chief Executive of ITN and Ofcom regulator – is to compete in the Great North Run for the Steve Hewlett Memorial Fund. The appeal was set-up by the Royal Television and Media Societies in memory of Steve Hewlett, the broadcast…

The Steve Hewlett Memorial Fund has been set-up in memory of the celebrated broadcaster who died earlier this year. The 58-year-old bravely shared his experiences of cancer through a series of remarkable interviews with Eddie Mair on Radio Four’s PM programme before passing away in…

The polls are open in the 2017 General Election and will close at 10pm tonight, when the results of the exit poll will be revealed. The broadcasters’ exit poll, carried out by Ipsos MORI and GfK for the BBC, ITV News, and Sky News will…