BBC viewers erupted into criticism online as they accused host Andrew Marr of repeatedly cutting off Prime Minister Boris Johnson during a heated interview on Sunday. The Prime Minister finally agreed to be interviewed after rejecting offers of an evening confrontation with veteran BBC presenter Andrew Neil. But viewers voiced their anger at the conduct of the interview, with some members of the audience shutting their televisions down to protest Mr Marr's interrupting Mr Johnson on several occasions.
One viewer wrote: "Genuinely tried to watch Marr but have turned it off, all he is going is talking over the PM."
A member of the audience said: "#Marr appears to have lost his temper before he had even asked a question. Car crash."
Another took to Twitter to blast Mr Marr over "not letting" voters hear the views of the Prime Minister: "Marr not letting us actually hear what the Prime Minister has to say as per usual from the BBC.
"Boris only been in charge 5 minutes and if we had a deal he could be cracking on."
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General election 2019: Andrew Marr and Boris Johnson locked horns during the interview (Image: BBC/The Andrew Marr Show)
General election 2019: Andrew Marr