GB News host Michelle Dewberry was embroiled in a fiery debate with guest Michael Crick during a discussion on whether Britain should rejoin the EU.
The clash culminated in Michelle threatening to boot Crick off the show as he made “snide remarks” about The People’s Channel.
The fiery back and forth stemmed from Crick’s suggestion that the UK should rekindle closer ties with the EU, asserting that many Britons “regret” their decision to vote for Brexit in the 2016 referendum.
Challenging the assertion, Dewberry questioned how the broadcaster “knows” whether Brexiteers are now suddenly in favour of closer ties with the EU.
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In a perplexing turn of events, Crick opted to focus on Ofcom, the UK’s broadcasting regulator, suggesting they are “on the case” of GB News.
Dewberry snapped back at the remark, saying: “Good. Good for Ofcom, we are regulated in the same way as everyone else.”
Crick interjected, commenting: “If they had any backbone.”
The GB News host took exception, hitting out at Crick’s “snide comments”, before asking Crick to clarify his “backbone” statement.
Michael Crick took issue with Dewberry's EU remarks
“If they had any backbone to regulate you properly”, he said, before Dewberry slapped down his “patronising” nature.
“Don’t be patronising to me Michael, I will kick you off my show, I’ll tell you that for one”, she added.
Crick responded by saying he will “go now”, with Dewberry willing him to do so, only for the guest to remain in situ.
Alan Miller weighed in on the clash, accusing Crick of “acting like an adolescent”.
The GB News host hit out at Crick's 'patronising' tone
GB News has always taken pride in being regulated by Ofcom, with CEO Angelos Frangopoulos regularly highlighting that the channel chose to broadcast via a linear service rather than online only because it values impartiality.