Naga Munchetty and Charlie Stayt were on hand to present Friday’s edition of BBC Breakfast and as ever, they had a wide range of guests and segments to guide viewers through. At one point, Charlie led an interview with Nick Gibb MP and probed him about when children would be returning to schools but towards the end of the interview, he had to cut off the discussion after a series of technical difficulties.
Amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, some children have recently been able to return to the classrooms with new social distancing measures in place.
However, as the UK Government has previously addressed hopes to have all children going back to school before the summer holidays, it’s looking increasingly unlikely this will happen.
This morning, Munchetty and Stayt were joined by Gibb to speak about the issue but after a series of technical difficulties, the host was forced to abandon the interview.
Stayt said: “I think we slightly lost track and it’s partly because of the communication issues and we’ve lost your image.
“Just advise me, are we going to carry on with this one? I think we’re struggling really,” before the decision was made to end the interview.
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