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Warhurst to host Brexit special across all 39 BBC Local Radio stations

Nina Warhurst

BBC North West political editor Nina Warhurst and BBC journalist Adrian Goldberg will host a special live programme across all of the Corporation’s 39 Local Radio stations tomorrow on the day Britain was supposed to exit the EU.

The UK originally had an October 31st deadline to leave, before Prime Minister Boris Johnson asked for an extension and proposed a pre-Christmas General Election. Local Radio political reporters and presenters across the country will capture the mood of the public, as well as guests from business and agriculture communities.

Warhurst will be providing the Westminster perspective with a lowdown on what will happen next, but the main airtime will be dedicated to the public, with listeners from across England encouraged to call in.

Chris Burns, Head of Audio and Digital for BBC England, said: “BBC Local Radio teams are incredibly close to their audiences. No one is better placed than them to bring the voice of the voting public and their perspective to this national conversation.

“We want to hear from anyone who has a view and feels unheard.”

The programme will be tomorrow from 8pm to 10pm.



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