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Good Morning Britain: Iain Dale storms off set after panel descends into chaos – Express, Express.co.uk

Good Morning Britain: Iain Dale storms off set after panel descends into chaos – Express, Express.co.uk

Good Morning Britain host Kate Garraway was left stunned this morning when her interview went awry. The breakfast presenter welcomes Iain Dale, Nihal Arthanayake, and Grace Blakeley on to discuss Jonty Bravery – the man who pushed a young child from the Tate Modern last year.

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Blakeley opened up the debate by blaming the horrific attack on the lack of funding in the care industry, saying that Bravery needed better care.

Dale disagreed, however, and attempted to cut in a few times to put his views across.

When it was his turn to speak , he said: “Utter rubbish, if I may say so,” addressing Blakeley’s comments. “It has nothing to do with cuts. This is to do with people doing the sensible thing and reporting …”

But he was spoken over once again, as Blakeley jumped in to say: “No you have to have a basic amount of money to be able to actually respond!”

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Good Morning Britain: Kate Garraway was speechless as Iain Dale stormed off the set (Image: ITV) Good Morning Britain iain dale

Good Morning Britain: Iain Dale couldn’t stay on set any longer (Image: ITV)

Arthanayake jumped in as well, saying: “But he [Bravery] went on his own – presumably because there was somebody who would accompany him at all times.

“To just sweep that away without any facts, and say : ‘Oh it’s not about resources,’ is just ridiculous! Do you want the data for lack of resources? Do you want the data? “

When Dale had a change to speak again, he said:” So are you suggesting, are you suggesting … “before Blakeley again explained that “experts had been assigned to anaylse this issue.

Dale then announced: “Fine! I won’t speak,” prompting Garraway to say: “No, I would like you to.”

He then stood up, and exasperatedly said: “Right, that’s it!”

Good Morning Britain: Iain stormed off, leaving the debate without him (Image: ITV)

As Dale pulled his microphone out of his jacket and walked off, Ben Shepherd cried after him: “No no, Iain, don’t go. Iain!”

Arthanayake yelled after the guest: “Oh, what a grown up you are, Iain! ” before joking that, perhaps, Dale was a “West Ham fan”.

“I would have liked to hear what Iain was going to say,” added Garraway, before moving on.

Viewers were quick to take to Twitter to comment on the moment with fans divided over Iain’s reaction.

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One shared: “Ian Dale was 1) bang on correct 2) right to walk off after being talked over repeatedly on @GMB well done for not letting these eligible children win. #gmb. ”

Another defended:“ #GMB presenters unable to control their guests. Ian Dale was bamboozled by two rude people who I haven’t got a clue who they are but need to apologise. ”

A third continued:“ @ GMB I understand why Iain walked. It’s not the first time on #GMB that he has been interrupted by Grace and hasn’t been able to talk. ”

The debate took place after a recording from autumn 2018 allegedly revealed Bravery telling his carers he wanted to kill someone.

In the audio, the voice of Bravery can be heard saying: “In the next few months I’ve got it in my head I’ve got to kill somebody.”

The unearthed recording followed Bravery admitting the charge of attempted murder at the Old Bailey in December last year.

During the trial the court heard Bravery picked up and threw a six-year-old boy over the edge of the Tate Modern.

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