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Alex Forsyth is a Political reporter at BBC News

Previously, Alex was home affairs correspondent for BBC South.

Before joining the BBC, Forsyth was a general reporter on the Portsmouth regional newspaper, before moving to ‘The News’ to head up the paper’s political coverage, covering the city and county council news.

Prior to this Forsyth worked in marketing for a sixth-form college before studying politics at Portsmouth University and completing her NCTJ prelim exams.

During the BBC’s Vote 2014 coverage, Alex reported live from Kingston in Surrey.

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  • Sarahjaneharris

    Love how they have worded the statement “studying politics at Portsmouth university” – she applied and was accepted but she didn’t complete the course and certainly never qualified!! Just a typical example of the bbc and the people they employ.