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Harry Gration will leave the BBC later today after 42 years with the corporation. We will post images and video from his final broadcast this evening.. but earlier today he spoke to Simon McCoy on the BBC News Channel.… Read more

BBC East Midlands Today presenter Dominic Heale is leaving the show. Dominic, who joined the programme in 2000 and was regularly paired with Anne Davies, will present his final show this Friday (23 October). “It’s been a joy and a… Read more

You can add Roger Finn to the list of long serving journalist who are leaving the BBC due to budget cuts. He joins Justin Leigh, Stuart Flinders, and Harry Gration who have all recently announced they are leaving/left the corporation…. Read more

The BBC Parliament Twitter account told its 58k follows today that the account is to close.. This account is no longer being updated. Thanks for following us. You can continue to get the latest political news @BBCPolitics, on the BBC… Read more

Yes, after 31 memorable years at the BBC I have decided it’s time for a change – more about that “in due course” (as the Home Office might say…). I will still be tweeting & I’ll still attempt to provide… Read more

BBC Parliament will rerun the two general election which took place in 1974. You can see the February election on Friday 30th October from 9am, and the October election a day later on Saturday 31st October from 9am. At home… Read more

The BBC today announced its lineup for the up and coming U.S. Election. Katty Kay will broadcast live from Washington, with Andrew Neil – his last gig with the BBC – providing interviews and analysis from London. The BBC’s main… Read more

BBC Look North presenter Harry Gration has confirmed his retirement. Harry, who has spent 42 years in broadcasting, will leave the show next Wednesday (21 October). The news follows local news cutbacks at the BBC – which were announced in… Read more

US 2020 – Dermot presenting from Washington for Sky News with Cordelia Lynch in Sanford, Florida. Jon Sopel also in Sanford for the BBC as President Trump holds his first rally since contracting COVID-19.