Debi Edward

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Debi Edward is a Scottish television broadcaster, currently working for ITN as China Correspondent on ITV News

Prior to this, she co-presented STV's daily magazine programme, The Five Thirty Show, alongside Stephen Jardine.

Originally from Aberdeen, Edward joined STV in 2005 as a reporter and presenter of Scotland Today's now-defunct weekday morning bulletins at 5.25am and during GMTV, and occasionally the weekend bulletins. Debi was also a stand-in for Scotland Today's news opt-out in the West when Louise White and Heather Simpson have been unavailable.

Edward quit her role on The Five Thirty Show in May 2008 to take up her new role at ITN as "Scotland Correspondent", and was replaced by ex-ITV Morning News presenter Rachel McTavish.[1]

Debi was appointed China Correspondent of ITV News in February 2016.[2]


  1. ^ "Debi Edward: Biography and Images". Retrieved 2015-02-19. 
  2. ^ "That's me Beijing bound.". Twitter. Retrieved 2016-02-07. 

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