Deborah Haynes is a British journalist currently working at Sky News as a Security and Defence Editor. Her major role is to cover the biggest foreign stories around the world. Haynes also carries out her own investigations. Deborah has reported from Europe on Brexit and the United States on Donald Trump.
Deborah has broken stories on suspected Russian disinformation operations and suspected cyber attacks in the UK. Before joining Sky, Hayney served at The Times as a defense editor and previously Iraq correspondent. While there, She covered wars in Iraq, Afghanistan, and Libya. Also, Haynes focused on armed forces issues in the UK, including exposing the true extent of a funding crisis within the UK’s military. In 2008, she
Deborah Haynes Age
Deborah Hayney was born on October 1976 in Britain. She is 45 years old.
Deborah Haynes Height
Haynes is a woman of above-average stature and stands at a height of 5 ft 8 inches ( Approx 1.73 m).
Deborah Haynes Education
After earning her high school diploma, She joined the University of Cardiff and graduated in 1999 earning a degree in law and Japanese.
Deborah Haynes Family
Deborah was born in Britain to her caring father and mother. She speaks both Japanese and French. Haynes holds British nationality and belongs to the white ethnicity.
Deborah Haynes Husband
She is a married woman and a mother of one. During the pandemic when people served at home, Sky’s foreign affairs editor had her live broadcast gatecrashed by her four-year-old, son called Charlie. Charlie had come in to ask if he could have two biscuits. This was one of the lighter moments in a grim year.
Deborah Haynes Salary
Deborah receives an annual salary of $107,486 per year. This is according to Sky News anchors’ and reporters’ salaries.
Deborah Haynes Net Worth
Haynes has an approximate net worth of $1 million – $5 million.
Deborah Haynes Career
She currently serves at Sky News as a security and defense editor. Previously, Haynes served for The Times as a defense editor. Deborah also documented the dangers Iraqi interpreters faced since British troops withdrew from Iraq. She won the inaugural Bevins Prize in 2008 and an Amnesty International UK Media Award.
The award honored her work documenting the dangers from the country that Iraqi interpreters faced following the withdrawal of British troops. She campaigned for Iraqi interpreters to be allowed to live in the UK. In 2011, Hayney was awarded with an honorary degree from the University of Salford in Greater Manchester.
She started serving for the British bureau of the Japanese television channel TV Tokyo as a producer in 1999, immediately after graduating from the University of Cardiff.
From there, Deborah served for Agence France-Presse and Reuters. It was announced at the end of May 2018, that Haynes was to leave The Times to join Sky News as their Foreign Affairs editor. The journalist took over the role from Sam Kiley who left Sky News that January to join CNN.
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