BBC Breakfast’s Naga cuts Shadow Transport Secretary off in ‘car crash’ chat

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Shadow Transport Secretary Jim McMahon appeared on Friday morning's BBC Breakfast to give his take on the travel situation in the UK from a Labour perspective.

While being interviewed by presenter Naga Munchetty things became rather awkward when Naga cut him off while he was speaking to ask whether he actually understood her questions.

Talking about the current green list and the countries that are on there, Naga wanted to find out what the criteria is to be on that particular list.

However, Jim started to discuss the procedures needed when travelling.

This led Naga to cut him off and say: "Sorry I think I'm either not being clear or you don't understand what I'm saying."

Viewers also picked up on the abrupt interruption and took to Twitter to air their thoughts on the interview overall.

One viewer penned: "Shadow Transport Secretary just had a car crash of an interview on BBC Breakfast."

Another said: "Shadow Transport Secretary on #bbcbreakfast basically clueless."

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