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Ranvir Singh 'steps down as Good Morning Britain's political editor'

Ranvir Singh 'steps down as Good Morning Britain's political editor'
Ranvir Singh reportedly steps down as political editor on Good Morning Britain in anticipation of being given a bigger in-studio role.

Ranvir Singh has reportedly stepped down from her role as political editor on Good Morning Britain.

The 44-year-old, who impressed on the 2020 series of Strictly Come Dancing, is expected to be given a bigger in-studio role on the ITV breakfast show after supposedly growing tired of standing outside in the cold of Westminster.

"Ranvir is ready for a new challenge at Good Morning Britain and she wants a bigger role within the team," a source told The Sun.

"She quietly stepped down as the political editor of the show in anticipation of having a more substantial part to play.

"Ranvir covers for Susanna Reid when she is away and this week has stepped into her shoes during half term. But she wants more and the bosses at GMB are clamouring to give it to her.

"She is a hugely popular member of GMB and keeping Ranvir on board is something everyone wants."

Singh has been part of the show since it started in 2014.

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