emily maitlis

“I’m never going to recover from that now am I?”
The presenter sparked controversy with a speech addressing the backlash the government aide had received over his conduct during lockdown.
The corporation previously ruled that an episode of Newsnight focussing on the scandal had breached its impartiality guidelines.
Durham Police said the PM's aide could have been guilty of a “a minor breach” when he visited Barnard Castle to test his "eyesight".
Some had wrongly concluded she'd been stood down after the BBC ruled the show had breached impartiality guidelines.
The broadcaster ruled her Newsnight monologue about the Dominic Cummings saga had breached impartiality guidelines.
The corporation said that "staff have been reminded of the guidelines" following a review.
"It perfectly sums up the nation's increasing anger," one person wrote on Twitter.
The Newsnight presenter explained she wanted to use a “forensic” approach when questioning the Duke Of York.
"You do not survive the illness through fortitude and strength of character, whatever the prime minister’s colleagues will tell us," the BBC presenter said.