Deborah Haynes Bio – Wiki
Deborah Haynes is a British journalist, currently working for Sky News as their Foreign Affairs editor. She previously known for her work as a defense editor for The Times as well as documenting the dangers Iraqi interpreters faced since British troops withdrew from Iraq.
Her age is unclear.
Haynes graduated from the University of Cardiff in 1999 with a degree in law and Japanese.
At the end of May 2018, it was announced that Haynes was to leave The Times to join Sky News as their Foreign Affairs editor. She replaced Sam Kiley who left Sky News that January to join CNN.
Since joining Sky News, Haynes has reported on Brexit in Europe and Donald Trump’s presidency in the United States, according to her official profile on the network’s website. That profile also says that in addition to reporting from Iraq, Haynes has also reported on conflicts in Afghanistan and Libya. Haynes also worked for the AFP and Reuters. She is fluent in Japanese and French.
In 2008, Haynes won the inaugural Bevins Prize and an Amnesty International UK Media Award for her work documenting the dangers that Iraqi interpreters faced after the withdrawal of British troops from the country. She also campaigned for Iraqi interpreters to be allowed to live in the UK.
She was awarded an honorary degree from the University of Salford in Manchester in 2011.
Haynes’ Son Asks for 2 Biscuits Live on Air
During a July 1 appearance on the network, Haynes interrupted by her son who asks his mother if he can have “two biscuits.” The original video of the incident spread on Twitter by broadcaster Scott Bryan. Haynes was doing a report from her home in Kent when her son walks in.
Haynes describes herself as being “embarrassed” and tries to get her son to stop talking. Her son asks, “Can I have two biscuits?” Haynes replies by saying, “Yes, you can have two biscuits.” At that point, the camera cut away from Haynes’ report.
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The video elicited strong opinions on Twitter with one user saying, “He knew what he was doing – gaining leverage in the snack negotiations. If mum hadn’t been on the telly, he’d have ended up with a piece of fruit. Two biscuits – a great result.”
In 2013, The Daily Telegraph reported that Haynes “inadvertently made a big statement” when she made an appearance on Sky News while bouncing her baby on her knee. The newspaper said that Haynes was appearing on the network to report on military spending cuts. The Telegraph’s Aislinn Laing wrote that “working parents everywhere enjoyed the moment so much.
” The article went on to say that her baby, Grace’s, appearance on the network was not a “planned statement.” At the time, Haynes was on maternity leave from her role at The Times. Linn said that “baby Grace behaved impeccably, even gazing placidly at the camera when she held up by her mother after the Sky News interviewer observed that she had a “junior correspondent” on her lap.”