Sean Dilley is a news reporter for the BBC.
Prior to joining the BBC, Sean was a reporter for Sky News, and Political Editor at TalkSPORT radio.
He joined TalkSPORT in August 2000 as a call screen and assistant producer. In 2006, he became a senior producer before taking up the role of Current Affairs Editor in March 2008.
Sean previewed the newspapers at BBC News from 2010 but stepped down in 2014 to avoid a conflict with impartial reporting duties for Sky.
In July 2011, Labour whip Lyn Brown unleashed a four-letter tirade at Sean, who is blind, after walking into the back of him.
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