Deborah Haynes is Foreign Affairs Editor at Sky News.
She is best known for her work as defence editor for The Times as well as documenting the dangers Iraqi interpreters have faced since British troops withdrew from Iraq.
Haynes graduated from the University of Cardiff in 1999 with a degree in law and Japanese.
In 2008, Haynes won the inaugural Bevins Prize and an Amnesty International UK Media Award for her work documenting the dangers that Iraqi interpreters faced after the withdrawal of British troops from the country.
She also campaigned for Iraqi interpreters to be allowed to live in the UK. At the end of May 2018, it was announced that Haynes is to leave The Times to join Sky News as their Foreign Affairs editor.
She was awarded with an honorary degree from the University of Salford in Manchester in 2011.
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