Piers Morgan And Dan Walker Conflict Over ‘Straightforward Trip’ Matt Hancock Interview

Piers Morgan And Dan Walker Clash Over 'Easy Ride' Matt Hancock Interview

Rival breakfast TV presenters Dan Walker and Piers Morgan have exchanged cross phrases as soon as once more, following the previous’s interview with Matt Hancock.

On Tuesday morning, Dan interviewed the well being secretary concerning the coronavirus disaster on BBC Breakfast, in mild of the truth that Leicester is to face extra extreme lockdown measures following a major rise in circumstances.

Through the interview, Hancock steered it was not “significant knowledge” to disclose how many individuals had been now being examined for coronavirus, which sparked anger from Piers and Susanna Reid as they reacted dwell on Good Morning Britain.

“What are you speaking about, Well being Secretary?” Piers fumed after watching the interview. “What might be a extra necessary bit of information than how many individuals are being examined? What might presumably be extra necessary?”

Addressing the obvious ban on authorities ministers being interviewed on GMB, he continued: “What might it presumably imply, the variety of folks being examined is meaningless? I want I might ask him, however…”

Piers added: “There couldn’t be something extra vital or significant than realizing how many individuals are being examined. And for the well being secretary to get away with that blather on the BBC is totally stunning.”

The row then spilled over to Twitter, after Dan defended himself from critics who steered he didn’t problem Hancock sufficient throughout their alternate.

It’s important that politicians are allowed to talk,” Dan wrote. “The concept (from some) that we, and others, don’t problem ministers is totally unfaithful.

“Essential to ask questions. Essential to press. Essential to allow you to pay attention.” 

Piers Morgan and Dan Walker (Photo: Ken McKay/ITV/Shutterstock/BBC)Piers Morgan and Dan Walker (Photo: Ken McKay/ITV/Shutterstock/BBC)

Piers Morgan and Dan Walker (Photograph: Ken McKay/ITV/Shutterstock/BBC)

Piers then wrote again: “Mate, you blew it. Settle down.” 

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Addressing his presenting rival straight, Dan tweeted: “Good to see you had been watching #BBCBreakfast immediately… once more. Possibly, should you didn’t make each interview about you, you would possibly get a couple of first rate political friends.”

Piers then responded: “You get them as a result of they know they’ll get an prepared journey as we sadly noticed immediately…” 

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