ITV announces General Election night plans 


ITV has officially announced the list of people who will be presenting their coverage of the upcoming election night.

Tom Bradby, who has been the main host for election nights in 2015, 2017, and 2019 is set to lead ITV's coverage for the upcoming Election 2024 Live: The Results. Joining him in the studio for the whole night are some noted political insiders, George Osborne, Ed Balls, and Nicola Sturgeon. The said coverage will be aired on different channels such as ITV1, ITVX, STV, and STV Player.

ITV News personalities like Robert Peston, Anushka Asthana, and Paul Brand will be present alongside the top political analysts from ITV, Professor Jane Green and Professor Colin Rallings.

The journalists from ITV News will cover various locations throughout the United Kingdom to report on news from all parts of the country.

Good Morning Britain will start at 6am with Susanna Reid and Ed Balls as the main presenters. Ed Balls will join the GMB show after the overnight coverage.

Various policymakers and commentators will be attending the studio, including Andrew Pierce and Kevin Maguire, who are political experts. Guto Harri, who were Boris Johnson's communication specialist, Harriet Harman, a veteran of the Labour Party, Kwasi Kwarteng, the former Chancellor of the Exchequer, Ayesha Hazarika, who is a newly ennobled Labour peer, and Gordon Brown, the former Prime Minister will all be guests. They will share their views as the show brings up-to-date election news and ideas until 9.25am.

Julie Etchingham will be hosting the coverage of ITV's programming, which will begin airing at 9:25 am.

The top person in charge of news and current affairs at ITV, Michael Jermey, stated that their TV show will start broadcasting before the votes are tallied and continue until the whole outcome is clear. The presenter Tom Bradby and his team will give viewers excellent insights and expert information throughout the evening. They'll have cameras and reporters all over the nation and will cover the political developments no matter where they occur.

The television show "Good Morning Britain" will be airing at its usual time, and throughout the rest of the second day, as politicians make their way to Westminster with knowledge of the outcomes. Julie Etchingham and a group of political correspondents will be providing live coverage on ITV1 of all the happenings at Westminster and Downing Street. It's set to be a day full of action and excitement.

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