Presenter Joanna Gosling has signed off for the final time, after 23 years at BBC News.
She thanked colleagues and the audiences that had shaped her 30-year career in journalism, allowing her to, “give a voice, lend an ear and shine a light”.
“Lucky me to have had this great job, that has never felt like a job,” she added.
She leaves the BBC ahead of a planned merger of the corporation’s TV news channels. David Eades and Tim Willcox have also announced their departure.
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