You’d suppose that when your nation is getting ready to a serious disaster, that its political leaders would put aside their private conflicts to attempt to rescue it – however this was clearly not the case in a really awkward alternate between James Cleverly and Andrew Bridgen on BBC this morning.

Bridgen and Cleverly – each members of the Conservative Celebration – had been concurrently being interviewed by Victoria Derbyshire on BBC this morning when the journalist stated:

I am going to herald your colleague James Cleverly, he is a Conservative MP. He is vice-chair of the Conservative Celebration. I collect that you do not essentially wish to discuss to one another. Are you content to?

After a toe-curling second of silence, Bridgen says: “I am going to go, if that’s fantastic,” shuffling previous Cleverley with out making any eye contact along with his colleague. 

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To make issues worse, Cleverley then retains a distance, awkwardly standing away from Derbyshire, who lastly urges him to maneuver in nearer earlier than persevering with her interview.

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Folks on social media could not let the second go, with out saying how it’s: Tory Celebration unity on full show.

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