Kay Burley

Farage Vs Clegg EU Debate - Seconds Out!

Kay Burley | Posted 25.03.2014 | UK Politics
Kay Burley

Ladies and gentlemen, in the yellow corner, the undisputed champion of ham acting, LBC radio phone-ins and leader of the 'let's stay in' club, Lib Dem leader Mr Nick Clegg. In the red, white and blue corner the bruiser from the boozer, Mr UKiP Union Flag himself Mr 'let's come out' Nigel Farage.

Communications Around Missing Flight MH370 Have Failed in More Than Ways Than One

Phil Hall | Posted 19.03.2014 | UK
Phil Hall

There are far too many people in authority - such as the PM and Transport Minister - sharing the same platform. If you think about how media is handled for a conflict or full-scale war, Governments have one, maybe two central spokespeople.

Kay Burley Just Took Part In The Weirdest Media Scrum Ever

Huffington Post UK | Posted 20.03.2014 | UK

UPDATE 08:16 20/03: Australian Prime Minister Says 'Two Objects' From MH370 May Have Been Found An incredibly surreal scene developed in Kuala Lump...

Women In Media Have to Sell Themselves as Well as Their Stories

Jasmine Dotiwala | Posted 25.01.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Jasmine Dotiwala

A very elite set of leading women, from the world of UK media gathered at the grand stationers hall in St Pauls this week, to debate the experience of 'WOMEN IN MEDIA'. In association with Huffington Post and the London Evening Standard, leading figures from TV, print and online addressed the role of women in media.

The Royal Baby & The Cult Of Celebrity

Mark Hodge | Posted 28.09.2013 | UK Entertainment
Mark Hodge

While most 24hour news channels, Sky included, normally stay clear of the hollow vacuum of celebrity tittle tattle, the birth of the future King gave them an excuse to relieve themselves of serious journalism. Commercial breaks are now greeted with a nauseating montage of the day's events, compeered by the usually hard-nosed Kay Burley, prancing around like Fern Cotton.

... And Finally, It's a Boy

Kay Burley | Posted 25.09.2013 | UK
Kay Burley

I was reading through the morning papers when the office rang: "Kate is in Labour. Can you make your way down to the Lindo Wing as soon as possible?" It's the call I had been waiting almost a month for. My baby bag was packed and had been cluttering up the hall since the start of July. It was crammed with everything I could possibly need for an open ended job. I had been in labour for three days with my son so I was prepared for a long wait...

What Kind Of Week Has It Been? 19 July 2013

Paddy Duffy | Posted 24.09.2013 | UK Politics
Paddy Duffy

This week's news has been a bit like one of those Oprah's Favourite Things Episode, with every story either ornately ridiculous, scarcely believable or causing mass gasps and borderline hysterics. Let's start low and go from there.

Rhino Poaching: We Must Do Everything We Can to Stop It

Kay Burley | Posted 12.07.2013 | UK
Kay Burley

Sadly, there are millions of humans who want to see rhinos dead. Most of them are in the Far East. Humans who think the horn of the white or black rhino can be ground down and ingested to improve their sex lives, cure cancer or ward off evil spirits. Humans who are prepared to pay heavily-armed poachers to shoot and maim these animals, hack off their horn and ship it half way around the world to China. It's the new drug trade in Africa, a multi-million dollar industry that commands $65,000 a kilo for rhino horn. An average rhino horn is about 5kg. It's not hard to do the maths.

Kay Burley Reveals She Was 'Sick Like Kate' During Pregnancy

Kay Burley | Posted 04.02.2013 | UK Lifestyle
Kay Burley

So ladies, if I can speak frankly, discovering you're pregnant by constantly throwing up your guts seems so unreasonable. It's an utter shock to both mind and body. Now I know that morning sickness is considered a common side effect to the early stages of pregnancy, but for some women it can be so much more debilitating than that. For a desperately unlucky few, it's potentially life threatening for the baby. My pregnancy experience was somewhere in the middle of the multi-coloured sickness spectrum.

The King Is Dead, Long Live the King

Kay Burley | Posted 05.01.2013 | UK Politics
Kay Burley

More than 1,000 people live in dirty, rat-infested underground flood tunnels way beneath Caesar's Palace at The Luxor casino hotels. Disease and highly poisonous spiders are the major concern. Begging and 'dumpster diving' for food is how they survive. Many of those who call this home are former war veterans or those who came to Las Vegas in pursuit of the American dream. Drink, drugs and depression are now their way of life. So, who do the residents of underground Vegas want to win on Tuesday? I'll be finding out as I spend the next few days broadcasting for Sky News from Nevada.

WATCH: Will Ferrell Says 'Vote Obama'

The Huffington Post UK | Posted 05.09.2013 | UK Comedy

Hang on in there, kid - the US election campaign is nearly over. But in a bid to encourage his fellow Americans go to the polls (and put a cross in...

Kay Burley Under Fire For 'Insensitive' On-Air Interview

The Huffington Post UK | Paul Vale and Ted Thornhill | Posted 05.10.2012 | UK

UPDATE: Ofcom has confirmed to the Huffington Post UK that complaints have been made over the Burley interview. Kay Burley has sparked a raft of c...

WATCH: Michael Gove - 'I DO Want To Be Prime Minister'

The Huffington Post UK | Posted 29.08.2012 | UK Comedy

The Education Secretary made his shocking revelation during an interview with Kay Burley - watch the Sky News clip above. (Video for The Huffingto...

Political Look Ahead: Bodice-Ripping Novels And More Leveson

The Huffington Post UK | Chris Wimpress | Posted 21.05.2012 | UK Politics

Would you believe it - MPs have yet another recess starting this week. Last week half of them stayed in their constituencies because they were all on...

Who Said It: Kay Burley Or Ron Burgundy? (QUIZ)

The Huffington Post UK | Andrea Mann | Posted 05.09.2013 | UK Comedy

The news that our favourite anchorman is returning has given us not only reason to rejoice - but also reason to reflect on our very own British anchor...