BBC show undergoes another huge presenter shake-up as Sunday With Laura Kuenssberg host replaced for third week | The Sun

A TOP BBC show has undergone another huge presenter shake-up for the third week running.

Popular TV anchor Laura Kuenssberg, 47, has again been replaced on her own politics show, Sunday With Laura Kuenssberg.

The reporter has taken a break from the BBC One programme following the Party Conference season.

Today it was revealed on BBC Breakfast that BBC Radio 5 Live presenter Victoria Derbyshire, 55, would again be at the helm.

She gave a preview of what viewers could expect at 9am, revealing a chat with Israel's former Prime Minister as well as Immigration Minister Robert Jenrick among others.

 Laura was first replaced on her October 8 show, where The Sun exclusively revealed she was missing for "personal reasons".



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With the full support of BBC bosses, she was given time off and missed the epsiode as it travelled to Liverpool for Labour's Party Conference.

She was also replaced by Victoria last week, on October 15, meaning this will be her third show missing.

Laura was the first ever woman to hold the position of political editor at the BBC, after succeeding Nick Robinson.

In December 2021 she confirmed she was stepping down as the BBC's Political Editor for a  "senior presenting and reporting role" at the Corporation.

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An announcement followed in March 2022 that Laura would be replacing Andrew Marr as the host of BBC One's flagship Sunday morning politics show.

Speaking on her role, Laura said in a statement: “I couldn’t be more delighted.

"For decades, Sunday morning has been the moment to explore the events that shape us and to challenge and listen to our politicians.

“It’s an honour to take the chair for that conversation in the 2020s.”

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