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BBC Breakfast's Charlie Stayt fiercely shuts down MP with brutal dig during heated debate

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BBC Breakfast presenter Charlie Stayt fiercely shut down levelling-up Secretary Simon Clarke during a heated debate over the upcoming tax cuts that are about to be set in place.On Friday’s visit to the BBC studio, the 60-year-old broadcaster welcomed viewers back to the red sofa with his co-host Naga Munchetty to talk about the latest headlines in the news.One of the biggest stories this week is the upcoming cuts to help tackle the ongoing energy crisis ahead of the winter months.READ MORE: BBC Breakfast forced to make huge change as viewers notice everyday item has disappearedYesterday saw the Bank of England raise their interest rates to counter the cost-of-living crisis which some have said are the first signs that the UK could be going into recession.While viewers continue to wait for the chancellor to announce a mini budget later this morning, the morning news programme welcomed the politician onto the show to understand the scale of the tax cuts yet to happen.One of the first questions Charlie asked the MP who will benefit the most from the economic changes in our society set to be announced later today.He asked: “Looking at income scale from those who earn the least to those who earn the most, who will gain most from the announcements today?”At first, Simon explained that everybody across the country would benefit from the economic changes.He explained: “Everybody will gain because stronger underlying growth benefits the whole of the economy.“If the economy grown, tax receipts go up.

Those tax receipts fund out vital services on which the poorest and most vulnerable in our society most rely.”Disappointed with his answer, the host asked him again to which he insisted everybody would gain financially from the.

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