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According to an email I received this morning Simon McCoy’s last shift is a Sunrise shift on December 31st.

He’ll present BBC Breakfast on Saturday 3rd January (The sites first birthday)

Good Luck Simon.

Updated: Wednesday 3 December 2003

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