BBC Breakfast: Dan Walker quizzes Javid on booster scheme
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On Monday’s BBC Breakfast, Dan Walker and Sally Nugent were back to present the latest news headlines. Throughout the show, they discussed a range of topics and spoke with a number of guests including Health Secretary Sajid Javid. The duo spoke with the MP about Boris Johnson’s latest coronavirus measures, which he announced in a speech on Sunday night.
However, some viewers were left unimpressed by the interview, with many accusing Walker and Nugent of giving the MP an “easy ride”.
Simon raged: “Two sports journalists giving Javid a nice cosy interview on @BBCBreakfast this morning.
“Genuinely, what is the point of bothering? The ‘interview’ was just the normal Tory party political broadcast…….shameful from @BBCBreakfast.” (sic)
Aaron tweeted: “Watching @mrdanwalker on @BBCBreakfast interview the Health Secretary. Javid is another unable to answer a direct question. More slippery than a bucket of greased eels.” (sic)
While Richard added: “@BBCBreakfast Dan is at it again. Kudos to Javid for not getting sucked into the point-scoring and focus on the real issues that matter.”
User @Wakerycake said: “@BBCBreakfast Why have you wimped out of asking the social care question you were asked to put to @sajidjavid no mention of the backlog of patients IN hospital already blocking new admittance!” (sic)
Edna commented: “@BBCBreakfast bullying again!! @sajidjavid you go for it & well done!!! #DefundTheBBC.”
“@sajidjavid @BBCBreakfast another car crash interview…” Richard raged.
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