“You’re a little late on the story, mate,” snaps Phillip Schofield when the GB News producer asks him about “queues” on the street

Phillip Schofield has attacked a GB News producer for questioning him about the Queuegate scandal.

That This morning The presenter and his co-host Holly Willoughby were at the center of a heated public debate in September after they were accused of “standing in front” to see Queen Elizabeth II’s coffin laid out after her death.

Willoughby and Schofield denied the allegations, saying they “would never jump in line.”

In a clip aired on Dan Wootton’s program on Tuesday (November 15), Schofield was approached on the street by a GB News producer who asked him if it was time to apologize for the scandal.

“Don’t you really have anything better to do with your time?” Schofield answered the question.

Asked if he felt vindicated by ITV’s support, Schofield said: “I think it was a shame that what happened happened,” before agreeing with the claim that the pair were “unfair.” had been attacked”.

When the producer said the couple hadn’t been properly accredited, Schofield replied, “We were,” explaining that their editors’ names were used because “we didn’t want to give out our email addresses.”

Pressed again if he would apologize, Schofield replied, “Why should I apologize? You’ve already seen 700 journalists do the exact same thing… You’re a little late on the story, mate.”

After the scandal, 78,000 people signed a petition calling on ITV to phase out Schofield and Willoughby This morning.

However, ITV’s chief executive said the couple had been “misrepresented” during the scandal and that Willoughby and Schofield were not in danger of losing their jobs.

Last month, presenters were greeted with soft boos as they took the stage to take home the award for Best Daily Show at the National Television Awards.

https://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/tv/news/phillip-schofield-queuegate-gb-news-this-morning-b2226248.html “You’re a little late on the story, mate,” snaps Phillip Schofield when the GB News producer asks him about “queues” on the street


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