Darren McCaffrey, Sky News’ Dublin correspondent, is leaving the news channel after nine years.
He is moving to Brussels to become Political Editor and co-Presenter at Euronews when it relaunches in September.
“From starting as a “guest getter” to becoming Dermot Murnaghan’s producer, general reporting to Political Correspondent and most recently Ireland Correspondent at Sky News has been a challenging, rewarding and fun place to work, with the best team in the business!,” said Darren.
“Really looking forward to joining Deborah Turness and her incredible Euronews team. Covering the biggest political stories from Brussels and across Europe. As well as working on a new nightly political programme Raw Politics.
But I’m around in Ireland for a bit longer. Helping to cover the small matter of a Papal visit to the Emerald Isle with David Blevins in August and probably a lot of Brexit twists and turns in between.”
— Mark Stone (@Stone_SkyNews) June 13, 2018
I am delighted that the amazing @DMcCaffreySKY is joining us as @euronews continues to refresh and relaunch. As a former sky news colleague, I know how impressive this man is, and delighted he’s with us. https://t.co/3fEJoEPNT3
— Alex Morgan (@NewsAMorgan) June 13, 2018
I'm so sad for us but so happy for you @DMcCaffreySKY ?? They're lucky to be getting you. @NewsAMorgan take care of our Darren! Whenever I'm having a tough bulletin, I feel much happier when I know you're DTL. https://t.co/5z77FMGwBr
— Kimberley Leonard (@KimberleyeLeo) June 13, 2018
— Kit Bradshaw (@kitbradshaw) June 13, 2018