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Laura Kuenssberg’s Salary, Personal Life, and Clearance from Electoral Rule Allegations

BBC presenter and journalist Laura Kuenssberg will co-host the broadcaster’s general election coverage alongside Clive Myrie and Jeremy Vine on Thursday, July 4. Previously, Laura served as the political editor of BBC News and later took over Andrew Marr’s Sunday morning slot on BBC One.

Before her tenure at BBC, Laura held prominent roles including chief political correspondent at BBC and business editor at ITV News. She also worked as the chief correspondent for Newsnight from February 2014 to July 2015.

Born in Rome, Italy, Laura grew up in Glasgow with her parents and two siblings. She began her journalism career after attending the University of Edinburgh, followed by a period of study at Georgetown University in Washington D.C.

Laura’s career has not been without scrutiny. During the 2019 general election, she faced allegations of breaking electoral law for comments on postal ballots favoring Labour. The BBC denied any wrongdoing, and she was subsequently cleared despite initial concerns under the Representation of the People Act 1983.

In her personal life, Laura is married to James Kelly, a management consultant. According to the BBC’s annual report, her salary last year was between £305,000 and £309,999, making her one of the top earners within the organization.

Outside of work, Laura enjoys reading inexpensive fiction on iBooks and indulging in television purely for entertainment. She revealed these interests in an interview with the Radio Times in 2019.

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