Ione Wells is a political correspondent for BBC News.
She specialises in UK politics and policy, and was formerly the Westminster Correspondent for BBC Wales, based in London.
Ione has experience as a multimedia, self-shooting reporter, presenter and producer for BBC News with a particular interest in politics, social affairs, digital culture and online misinformation, and women’s rights and health.
For two years Ione sat on the BBC’s Next Generation Committee, advising the BBC’s Executive Committee and working to reinvent the BBC’s content and workforce for future generations.
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