I do think she has been a weak Political Editor, but I also think she's got alot of unnecessary vitriol her way simply by being a woman. She really didn't help herself this morning though.
Back to rotas kind of but when, if ever, is the last time anyone in a regular national weekday BBC newsreading role actually regularly did a five day week in the anchors chair, if ever? Certainly since the 1999 look came in officially the main newsreader did Mon-Thu with a secondary newsreader covering Fridays. Buerk and Sissons splitting the 9pm/late shift across seven days is well documented, whilst before 1999 the Six always relied on a pool of presenters rather than having a lead presenter. Not sure about Breakfast - when that started did Sophie and Jeremy do a 5-day week or was it always 3 or 4 days?
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