Cathy referred to Helia as Economics Correspondent. On the website, Helia is still referred to as Business Correspondent. Seriously, did Cathy forget the correct title of Helia's job?
A. It may not have been Cathy who added the job title in the script
B. Broadcasters are often flexible about how a correspondent is titled depending on the story - if she was covering a predominantly economics brief that day, it wouldn't make sense to describe her as a business correspondent
C. Even if it was just a slip of the tongue, so what? No one at ITN is going to accurately recall every single colleague's exact job title every time
There's a lot of overlap between business and economics (At secondary school in Ireland, the Leaving Cert subjects Business, Economics and Accounting are referred to as business subjects). It's the first time I've heard Helia being referred to as economics correspondent - I think she has appeared even more often than she used to since former economics editor Paul Mason departed and when business editor Siobhan Kennedy was on maternity leave until recently. By the way, I've never heard Siobhan being referred to as economics editor.
As for the possibility of a slip of the tongue, surely, most of Helia's colleagues know her well enough to know her job title.