Businesswomen and broadcaster Michelle Dewberry is the latest to join GB News.
Michelle, who was the first woman to win The Apprentice, will host a prime time show when the new news channel launches later this year.
Born and bred in Hull, Michelle is an author, speaker and stood as a candidate in Hull in two general elections, first as an Independent in 2017 and later for the Brexit Party in 2019.
“I’m proud of my northern heritage and passionate about representing the voice of the working class,” said Michelle
“We need a levelling up across the country – there’s more to the UK than London, and definitely more than two asides to every story. To me, that’s what GB News is all about.”
Michelle will be joined by Dan Wootton, Colin Brazier, Darren McCaffrey and Tom Harwood, who have all been announced as new members of the GB News team.
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