BBC Breakfast slot pulled off air after protester disrupts broadcast

The BBC breakfast was interrupted on Wednesday morning after a protester stepped on camera during an outside broadcast.

The moderators Dan Walker and Louise Minchin in the studio spoke to experts shortly before 8:30 a.m. in an outside broadcast.

The slot should explain the impact of rising inflation after new numbers were released today.

But a protester waving a banner stepped into the reception area and started screaming.

The man claimed the BBC was “anti-British”.

The crew at the crime scene tried to move on by moving away from the protest and telling the man they could speak to him later.

But the producers in the studio decided to cut away.

Dan and Louise cut the slot and the show came back to the studio.

Dan Walker apologized for the interruption.

It comes on Louise Minchin’s last day as the host of the BBC breakfast.

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