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Sky News moving back to Studio A

Sky News is moving back to Studio A from this weekend.

Our friends over at TV Live says the move is to allow the glass box studio to be re-wired to the new gallery and to be given a makeover.

Sky are expected to move back to Sky Studios in the new year.

Updated: Wednesday 15 November 2017

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