Political correspondent Jonathan Blake is leaving BBC News

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Political correspondent Jonathan Blake is leaving BBC News
Posted by TV Newsroom on Thursday 3 August 2023

BBC political correspondent Jonathan Blake has announced he is leaving the broadcaster.

He tweeted: “Some news from me… After 16 years at the BBC and two decades as a journalist it’s time for change and a new challenge.

“Tough to say goodbye to so many fab friends and colleagues but thrilled to be joining the brilliant team at
@HeadlandComms very soon!”

Headland Consultancy is a “communications consultancy powered by collaboration.”

Jonathan spent 17 years at the BBC starting out as a U.S reporter on Radio 1 Newsbeat.

He spent 7 months as a presenter on the World Services before being appointed a political correspondent in March 2018.

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