Laura Kuenssberg steps down as BBC political editor, who could replace her?
Kuenssberg has announced she is stepping down as the BBC’s political editor after seven years in the job.
Laura Juliet Queensburg was born on August 8, 1976 in Italy,
She is a British journalist, working as a political editor at the BBC, and she was the first woman to hold this position.
Laura Kuenssberg previously worked as Chief Political Correspondent for the BBC.
-* She was also in ITV News, she was working and was the first business editor.
She also worked as a chief correspondent for Newsnight from February 2014 to July 2015.
Speculation has swirled about the departure of political editor Laura Koensberg in the past month.
The veteran journalist confirmed on Twitter today, definitely, her departure, after seven years of working for her in this role, and she will step down in April 2022.
Of her holding the position all these years, Mrs. Koenzberg said:
“She has been very fortunate to do the best daily job of a journalist, and to be associated with the best colleagues that anyone could wish for.
She also said, “She will miss the daily drama, the great team at Westminster.
Ms. Queensburg will also remain at the BBC but in a high-level reporting role, and is believed to be presenting on Radio 4 Today and possibly replacing Andrew Marr on the Sunday morning political segment.
It is also possible that the BBC’s director general, Tim Davey, comes from within the establishment and has urged some politicians to get up to pick a pro-Brexit candidate.
Davy praised Queensburg and her work during her time at the BBC, saying:
“Laura was a distinguished political editor during the most turbulent political times.