Stratton in 2015
|Born||25 November 1980|
|Education||Emmanuel College, Cambridge|
Allegra Stratton (born 25 November 1980) is a British journalist and writer. Since January 2016, she has been the National Editor of ITV News after four years as political editor on BBC Two's Newsnight. She has also co-presented Peston on Sunday with Robert Peston since May 2016. It was announced on Peston on Sunday on 27th May 2018 that Allegra would not be returning for the new series in September.
In November 2015, it was announced that Stratton was leaving the BBC to join ITV News as its National Editor. Stratton made her first appearance on ITV's News at Ten in January 2016. She co-presentedPeston on Sunday, ITV with Robert Peston until May 2018.
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