‘Clumsy old me!’ Jon Kay left red-faced after breaking BBC Breakfast set


    “Obviously a lot of the real spike in inflation does come from the war in Ukraine and Russia’s aggression there,” he said.

    “But what you need from the British government at a time like this, is obviously, first of all, don’t blow the economy up needlessly, as we saw with the mini-budget and the changes that have now taken place over what has been a pretty shocking and disgraceful three weeks.

    “We’re facing a lot of transition in the economy… And what this means for the government is very, very real.”

    BBC Breakfast airs weekdays from 6am on BBC One.


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