BBC’s Walker took to Twitter in response to the criticism, although he didn’t mention Morgan specifically.
Walker tweeted: “It is essential that politicians are allowed to speak. The idea (from some) that we, and others, don’t challenge ministers is completely untrue.
“Important to ask questions. Important to press. Important to let you listen. Thanks for watching #BBCBreakfast.”
Morgan still wasn’t satisfied as he told Walker he’d “blew it” when he had the chance to grill the Health Secretary.