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Jon Craig joined Sky News from BBC London where he has been Political Editor for the past two years. He was one of the launch editors of BBC London, formally Newsroom South East, in March 2001.

A seasoned journalist and broadcaster Jon was Political Editor of the Sunday Express from 1998 until he moved to the BBC in 2001 – prior to that he was Political Editor of the Daily Express, a role he took up in 1992. He has also been a political correspondent of Today and a home affairs correspondent of the Sunday Times.

“Oh F*cking Hell” says Jon Craig as he messes up a piece-to-camera for the overnight news.. We do apologise for that. The perils of distracting individuals being a nuisance whilst recording outdoors. We're all human! — Lukwesa Burak (@LukwesaBurak) May 26, 2014

Sky’s Jon Craig tried to get Larry the cat out of Number 10 with bowl of milk for an exclusive interview this evening. But why does Jon want to speak to the feline? .. Well, journalist Matthew d’Ancona recently said that Larry is merely a…

Sky News chief political correspondent Jon Craig drops the f*ck word during a pre-recorded reported.

Sky News’ Jon Craig had a Naughtie moment tonight when reporting on the news that Jeremy Hunt MP is to refer News Corp’s bid for BSkyB to the Competition Commission.

Sky News’ Jon Craig had a Naughtie moment tonight when reporting on the news that Jeremy Hunt MP is to refer News Corp’s bid for BSkyB to the Competition Commission.

Name? Jon Craig Age? 46. Born on August 9,1957, I share a birthday with Today programme presenter Jim Naughtie (an old friend from my days with Thomson Regional Newspapers in the early 1980s), Tam Dalyell MP, actress Melanie Griffiths (born on exactly the same day…

Jon Craig and his team got into a arguement with Police about filming the speaker Michael Martin walking in to work at the Commons. This video has been posted on the Boulton & Co blog.

Adam Boulton and Sophy Ridge will co-host Sky News’ Vote 2017 programme, with Adam at the election hub at Sky’s studios in Osterley crunching the latest results, and Sophy on Abingdon Green in Westminster watching the story unfold. Kay Burley will be with Theresa May…

Sky News’ Political Correspondent, Glen O’Glaza, has left the company. The news comes just a month after Peter Spencer retired from Sky News, reducing the channel’s on-air political team to just four members – Editor Adam Boulton, Deputy Editor Joey Jones, Chief Correspondent Jon Craig…