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Britain to launch 24-hour ‘GB News’ channel starting this Sunday

Britain is to launch a 24-hour news channel from this Sunday, 13th June.

‘GB News’ is going to have “different views”, according to chairman Andrew Neil, claiming it will be “proud to be British”.


The channel will launch at 8pm on Sunday, and Sky Ireland customers will also have access to the channel, via channel 515.

The channel is being financed by a range of investors, with Discovery Inc believed to be one of the biggest investors, raising roughly £20 million.

Seasoned UK broadcaster, Andrew Neil, is one of the founders of GB News and will serve as chairman of the news organisation.


It is understood the news 24-hour news channel is to align Britain closer with the US, in terms of the constant news cycle.

The channel will launch in the UK and Ireland on Sunday at 8pm.


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