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Richard Tice jumps ship from TalkTV to GB News

Richard Tice jumps ship from TalkTV to GB News
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Richard Tice joins GB News from TalkTV to present weekend and primetime shows for the channel.

Richard Tice has confirmed that he has left his presenting role at TalkTV and has now joined the lineup at GB News.

The politician - leader of the Reform UK party, which was previously known as the Brexit Party - is migrating his Sunday Sermon show across to GB News, and will also present shows across weekday primetime and weekends.

Ben Briscoe, head of programming at GB News, said: "Tice is already on good footing with viewers of The People's Channel after making regular appearances in his political capacity.

"Richard has an exceptional grasp of what really matters to the people of Britain, and deeply connects to audiences as a result.

"He's a perfect addition to the GB News family."

In a statement, Tice said: "After 2 years of working with so many wonderful people at Talk TV, I am excited to confirm that I will be presenting and contributing at @GBNEWS with effect from Monday 25th September.

"I am very grateful to everyone at @TalkTV for their help and support during an extraordinary period for news and views. I wish them all every success."

Tice will make his presenting debut on GB News on Monday night as he fills in for Nigel Farage on his 7pm show for the week.

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