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Kay Burley drops hint she’s to leave Sky News after Covid rule break suspension

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Kay Burley looks set to leave her presenting role on Sky News after being banned from air for six months for breaking Covid rules.

She had agreed with bosses that she would return to the show in "early June" after being given the six month suspension.

However, her social media profiles have had all mention of Sky removed, as she previously described herself as "the longest serving anchor on Sky".

Her Twitter bio now states: "More live TV than anyone else, yes, really. Animal lover. Mountain climber. Impossibly proud mum."

A representative for Kay has been contacted by Daily Star for comment.

Burley was taken off air back in December after she partied with nine of her friends at the Century Club in Soho, London, to celebrate her 60th birthday.

After pictures captured the group together, Burley was given a six-month suspension, while her colleagues, political editor Beth Rigby and north of England correspondent Inzamam Rashid were suspended for three months.

Rigby has since returned to presenting on Sky News, having been seen on air last month.

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