BBC News: Naga Munchetty forced to intervene as Blackford brands Boris Johnson a ‘mad man’
Today’s edition of BBC Breakfast saw presenters Naga Munchetty and Charlie Stayt reporting from Westminster, London as Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s decisions continue to cause divides in Parliament, and the host were keen to find out what’s next after the Houses of Parliament’s proroguing.
During one interview, broadcast journalist Naga Munchetty spoke to SNP’s Ian Blackford, who sits for the party in the House of Commons.
Blackford became increasingly irate, and after accidentally talking over the MP, Munchetty klistened as Blackford went on to criticise Johnson and call him a “mad man” for wanting to take the UK out of the European Union with a No Deal Brexit.
The presenter was then forced to intervene and noted the Prime Minister wasn’t there to defend himself, so she would have to put Blackford’s comments to one side.
More to follow…
BBC Breakfast continues weekdays at 6am on BBC One.
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