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Patrick Christys to take over from Colin Brazier on GB News

Patrick Christys to take over from Colin Brazier on GB News
Patrick Christys joins GB News from talkRADIO to host a new morning show with Mercy Muroki.

GB News has announced that talkRADIO's Patrick Christys has joined the station and will present a new show starting from next week.

To The Point will air weekday mornings between 9am and midday as a replacement for Brazier and Muroki, hosted by Colin Brazier and Mercy Muroki.

Muroki will co-host the new show with Christys, while Brazier has been filling in for Andrew Neil in the flagship 8pm slot for the last six weeks.

"GB News is already changing the conversation and setting the news agenda rather than following it, which is exactly what I love doing most," said Christys.

"Mercy and I will not be afraid to tackle the punchy issues that Britons really care about but that are, too often, ignored by others. We'll dare to stand up and say what people are thinking."

Brazier's role at the station when Neil eventually returns from his extended summer break is currently unclear.

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