Brazier | Tuesday 23rd August

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The big issues and the big stories behind the headlines. Colin Brazier delivers an agenda setting take on Britain today.

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About This Source - GBNews

GB News is a free-to-air television and radio news channel in the United Kingdom. The channel is available on Freeview, Freesat, Sky, YouView, Virgin Media and via the internet. Since 4 January 2022, an audio simulcast of the station has been available on DAB+ radio.

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Colin Brazier is an English journalist and presenter for GB News, having previously worked for Sky News between 1997 and 2021. He presented Sky News Today on the channel alongside Jayne Secker since September 2014, and presented a number of other programmes on the channel.

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