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 ITV GMB stars warn Boris and Corbyn ‘backed into a corner’ over Brexit

Brexit has been closely debated on Good Morning Britain by its hosts and company ever because the referendum in 2016.

While MPs clashed over the prospect of leaving the EU on October 31 with or with out a deal, it appeared as if the one solution to resolve the parliamentary disaster for a General Election to be known as.

However Boris Johnson has now misplaced two votes in parliament to name for an early election as Jeremy Corbyn introduced he needs to keep away from an election in the meanwhile. 

Speaking to Express.co.uk on the TV Choice Awards, Ranvir Singh and Charlotte Hawkins revealed what they consider the present disaster.

“We’re definitely heading for an election,” Ranvir predicted. “When is anyone’s guess.

“But principally all sides are again into a nook and they’re all preventing for his or her lives proper now.”

Charlotte defined many individuals have been “bored” of Brexit however now there’s been a enormous shift in folks’s curiosity within the matter.

She stated: “I feel we’ve gone by way of the bit the place everybody was bored of Brexit.

“Now it’s attending to the stage the place it’s unprecedented, uncharted waters.

“It’s really acquired fascinating now as a result of nothing like this has ever occurred earlier than.”

However the GMB host was a little extra cautious to foretell what’s going to occur subsequent in UK politics.  

“You expect the unexpected,” she remarked. “You never know what’s going to happen next.”

Ranvir added: “Politics isn’t boring anymore, people used to switch off when they saw a politician on air.”

The GMB presenter than made a revelation about Brexit’s affect on the ITV present.

“Now viewing figures for all politics programmes, politics channels, all the pieces goes up.

“For programmes like ours, what’s taking place is implausible.”

If Ranvir might interview anybody on the planet of politics, the GMB host dropped a identify which can come as a shock.

Rather than put the Prime Minister within the scorching seat, Ranvir opted for Dominic Cummings. 

But when she supplied her clarification for desirous to grill the PM’s chief of employees, Ranvir appeared to take a swipe on the present authorities. 

She described him as: “The man who’s pulling all the strings at No. 10.”

Good Morning Britain airs weekdays on ITV at 6am.

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