Lorraine Kelly brands Johnson and Corbyn handshake ‘ghastly’ after ITV debate
- Credit: Archant
Just a few days on from hitting out at the Boris Johnson's associate Jennifer Arcuri, Lorraine Kelly has delivered another rant about the 'outrageous' ITV leaders' debate on Tuesday.
Speaking on Good Morning Britain, Kelly said: "Shame on them [MPs not coming on TV], and good for you. That is terrible that they're not coming on, it's outrageous."
Piers Morgan told her: "It's pathetic... it makes my blood boil," with Kelly in agreement.
Kelly continued: "It's ridiculous, shame on them and shame on that debate last night. That debate was terrible, it was underwhelming. Absolutely outrageous. I was shouting at the television."
She said the TV debate was "dull", and she "didn't learn anything".
You may also want to watch:
Later on her own show which follows Good Morning Britain, the host spoke more with ITV News and GMB's Ranvir Singh about the debate, hitting out at Corbyn and Johnson.
READ MORE: 'What's the point?': TV presenter criticises Jennifer Arcuri for tight-lipped interview"That handshake though," she said, referring to the moment Julie Etchingham asked the two leaders to pledge to make political discourse better.
- 1 Boris Johnson 'plans to resign' in six months because he can't live on £150k salary
- 2 Remainers blamed for Boris Johnson's inability to secure Brexit deal
- 3 Leaked government dossier warns of army street patrols if second Covid-19 wave and no-deal Brexit hit UK at same time
- 4 Government told to publish impact assessments for Boris Johnson's 'Narnia' deal with EU
- 5 Brexiteer admits 'Australia-style deal' term designed to 'pull wool over voters' eyes'
- 6 Betty Boothroyd delivers scathing assessment of Boris Johnson's government
- 7 Nicola Sturgeon, Jacinda Adern and Angela Merkel in top 5 of world’s most eloquent leaders
- 8 Minister finally concedes 'Australia-style deal' is a no-deal Brexit
- 9 Michael Gove challenged over remarks UK 'holds all the cards' in Brexit talks
- 10 Boris Johnson told to apologise for incompetence in delivering his 'oven-ready' Brexit deal
"How ghastly was that. That kind of summed it all up though, how excruciating. I don't even know why they had to do that, it was horrible."
Become a Supporter
The New European is proud of its journalism and we hope you are proud of it too. We believe our voice is important - both in representing the pro-EU perspective and also to help rebalance the right wing extremes of much of the UK national press. If you value what we are doing, you can help us by making a contribution to the cost of our journalism.