Former Brexit boss Nigel Farage has announced a primetime show on GB News starting on Monday.
Mr. Farage will present a daily show on GB News after stepping back from frontline politics earlier this year.
The former Reform UK leader will host Farage at 7pm on the national news channel four days a week – Monday to Thursday.
In a video announcing the news and in reference to presenter Guto Harri, who took the knee on air earlier this week, Mr Farage said:
It comes amid reports the channel’s director of news and programmes, John McAndrew, has stepped down and Harri has been taken off air.
Mr Farage said:
Mr Farage, former leader of the UK Independence Party, said he had more than three years broadcasting experience at LBC and suggested he had enjoyed “some degree of success” at the talk radio station.
Earlier in the day, he said on Twitter he would be announcing a “big career change”.
The former MEP was among the first guests to appear on the fledgling broadcaster, featuring on Dan Wootton’s show during launch night.
It comes after GB News chairman Andrew Neil, who has been absent from the channel after announcing a break two weeks into its launch, said it was “finding its feet” but had a “great future” ahead of it.
His comments came after The Guardian reported that Harri was taken off air after the channel said he breached its “standards” by taking the knee in support of England’s footballers.
On Thursday, GB News apologised after Harri made the gesture while discussing the racial abuse suffered by members of the national side following their loss to Italy in the Euro 2020 final.