Naga Munchetty is carving herself a niche as the hard woman of BBC Breakfast.
This morning she made mincemeat out of Tory business minister and twit Nadhim Zahawi over the government’s lack of interest in supporting people who are self-employed:
Naga Munchety is on 🔥 🔥 🔥
Nadhim Zahawi thinks that self employed people are paying themselves dividends & wages🤦♀️
Naga is fast to remind him
— kerry Hooper 🥀 (@hewitson10) November 6, 2020
— Haggis_UK 🇬🇧 🇪🇺 (@Haggis_UK) November 6, 2020
The performance raised a huge amount of support for Ms Munchetty on the social media:
#BBCBreakfast Naga absolutely blasting the business minister for suggesting small biz owners have pots of money they can just tap into and live on in current times. He’s delusional!
— Hayley Davies (@hjd1984) November 6, 2020
Even after being told the mental health and suicide stats @nadhimzahawi still chose to ignore the facts Naga Munchetty gave him about the #ExcludedUK 3 million taxpayers, making out we’re all company directors on the fiddle. Him, @RishiSunak and @BorisJohnson simply don’t care.
— Phil Seymour 🎙 (@announcerphil) November 6, 2020
Naga Munchetty is one question away from going full tonto on this absolutely hopeless business minister. 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻
— Rachael Parkman (@RachaelParkman) November 6, 2020
Go Naga – brilliant interview this morning with the Business Minister #bbcbreakfast
— kath (@KathKaffy) November 6, 2020
Please feel free to supply your own typo.
— Mike Barrett (@MikeBar33614663) November 6, 2020
Well done Naga, you certainly shown the bbc how to question a tory mp.
The lack of an answer shows how many people have slipped through The net since march .
— Sean (@Sean6374) November 6, 2020
Despite being repeatedly pushed by Naga for a proper answer, Nadhim Zahawi just set a new record for finding different ways of avoiding saying 'we're not going to do anything to help them' #BBCbreakfast#ExcludedUK
— Adrian Gosling (@digitalsunshine) November 6, 2020
Well done @BBCBreakfast and @TVNaga01 Naga Munchetty fighting for he 2.9m self employed just a shame he couldn't answer the questions. My beauty business opened Sept 2019 after me being made redundant from my 15 year vocation. Now no payments and no form of income!!!
— carly fenton (@carlysouthern1) November 6, 2020
At this rate, the Tories won’t be able to use the BBC as a mouthpiece for their daft policies any more. Then where will they go?
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