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'B****y arrogant' Piers Morgan fumes over Jacob Rees-Mogg's interview with BBC's Naga

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Piers Morgan has taken to Twitter to fume at Jacob Rees-Mogg following his interview with Naga Munchetty on BBC Breakfast today.The former Good Morning Britain presenter, 57, didn't hold back when it came to sharing his views on what the Minister of State for Brexit thought about Partygate, following the update from the Met earlier this week.In view of his 7.9 million followers, Piers raged at the Conservative politician following his appearance on the BBC morning show, branding him "so b****y arrogant".It comes as BBC Breakfast hosts Naga was interviewing Rees-Mogg over the issue of partygate after it was reported that the Met Police have issued over 100 fines.Naga asked the politician: "Do these fines, more than 100, reflect well on this Conservative government?"Rees-Mogg replied: "I'm afraid I think this is a non-story."The BBC's absolutely loved it, but what is important is that we get on with the business of governing," before being cut off by the BBC host."I'm sorry," Naga cut in, "why do you think this is a non-story?"She went on: "Have you not heard people genuinely, upset, devastated, that people in Downing Street thought it was ok to break the rules that they set, while other people didn't break the rules and missed out on meeting dying family members?"The MP replied: "I think people were upset, I think this was an important story in February when it first became known and that there was great concern."There was a feeling of people who were bereaved particularly, about it."I also think we need to look in the enquiry at the rules to see whether they were proportionate.He went on: "I met a couple in Stoke on Trent yesterday where the cabinet went as you know who help people with baby loss and they were saying how.

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