On average it pulls in 4 million viewers. In late the length of the programme was shortened from 30 minutes to 28 minutes to allow for a news summary being shown on BBC One at 7:
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Statistics published last October revealed women were earning on average 9. BBC News Channel cuts: three presenters to lose their jobs.
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