BBC Breakfast: Naga interrupts Helen Whately during interview
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Helen Whately joined Naga Munchetty on BBC Breakfast to discuss the volume of nursing applications and procedures surrounding care home visits. However, BBC viewers took to Twitter to slam the row as they vented their frustrated at the Care Minister “ignoring questions” from Munchetty.
One viewer tweeted: “Helen Whately is on BBC Breakfast for the government this morning. Talk about ignoring the questions.”
“Helen Whately … ‘just to be clear..’ clear? just no …no…no…No… ruined my morning for the next hour. Please go away! … #bbcbreakfast,” another vented.
A third wrote: “The timeline for #bbcbreakfast is full of people pointing out the walking car crash that is Helen Whately or people being racist towards Naga.”
“This person on BBC Breakfast has not answered a single question Naga has asked her,” a fourth suggested.
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Someone else said: “Oh god, the useless @Helen_Whately is on @BBCNews #BBCBreakfast This uptick in nursing applications is nothing to do with the government.”
However, other viewers felt Munchetty wasn’t giving Whately the opportunity to respond as one tweeted: “Rude interviewing of a politician again!! I’m really fed up with seeing continually interrupting show some respect please. #BBCBreakfast.”
Another added: “Seems that the mission of @TVNaga01 on #BBCBreakfast is to interrupt as much as possible this morning!”
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