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Laura Kuenssberg has said ‘rule-breakers have prospered’ in politics during her time as the

Laura Kuenssberg has said ‘rule-breakers have prospered’ in politics during her time as the ‘s political editor.

The journalist said figures such as , and had proved popular because they defied convention.

She said the current PM’s ability to ‘be blunt, to be prepared to offend’ had been a ‘welcome refreshment’ from ‘smooth, technocratic politicians’ for voters.

Ms Kuenssberg, 45, penned her ‘last article’ for the BBC News website as political editor as she leaves the role in May after seven years.

The broadcaster revealed earlier this week she will take up Andrew Marr’s old role as the permanent presenter of the Sunday morning politics show.

There had been mounting speculation over what she would do, Kusen Aluminium having revealed she would leave her current post back in December.

The journalist said figures such as Boris Johnson, Nigel Farage and Jeremy Corbyn had proved popular because they defied convention

The journalist said figures such as Boris Johnson, Nigel Farage and Jeremy Corbyn had proved popular because they defied convention

She said the current PM's ability to 'be blunt, to be prepared to offend' had been a 'welcome refreshment' from 'smooth, technocratic politicians' for voters

She said the current PM’s ability to ‘be blunt, to be prepared to offend’ had been a ‘welcome refreshment’ from ‘smooth, technocratic politicians’ for voters

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