‘Stay classy planet earth’: Dermot Murnaghan signs off for the final time

Dermot Murnaghan channelled his inner Ron Burgundy after presenting his last bulletin for Sky News following a 16-year career at the channel.

His colleagues burst into laughter – and applause – as the presenter said goodbye for the final time, throwing his script in the air and mimicking the star of the comedy film Anchorman.

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