English telecaster Sky News has taken one of its driving reporters behind closed doors for a half year after she set up a birthday celebration that abused Covid limitations.
English telecaster Sky News has taken one of its driving reporters behind closed doors for a half year after she set up a birthday celebration that disregarded Covid limitations.
The channel said Thursday that Kay Burley had consented to be off air for a half year “because of an inward audit.” Sky News said it “pays attention to breaks like this very undoubtedly.”
Burley tossed a 60th birthday celebration slam at a London café on Saturday. Under current limitations in the British capital, individuals from various family units can’t meet inside.
Two journalists who went to the social event, political proofreader Beth Rigby and reporter Inzaman Rashid, will be behind closed doors for a quarter of a year, Sky News said.
Burley, who has been a moderator on Sky News since the divert’s introduction in 1989, said she had concurred “to move away from my telecom function for a time of reflection.
“It’s obvious to me that we are all in the battle against COVID-19 and that we as a whole have an obligation to stick immovably by the principles,” she said in a proclamation. “It doesn’t make a difference that I thought I was COVID-agreeable on an ongoing get-together. The truth of the matter is I wasn’t right, I committed a major error, and I am heartbroken.”