Good Morning Britain presenter Kate Garraway was forced to apologise live on air after she branded climate secretary Graham Stuart “disingenuous” on the show.During Friday’s visit to the ITV studios, the 55-year-old presenter welcomed viewers back onto the show alongside her co-host Ben Shephard.One of the biggest stories on everyone’s lips was the growing concerns of possible power shortages expected over the winter months.READ MORE: Kate Garraway says husband Derek Draper 'remains very damaged' amid horror health battleIn an effort to get a clearer understanding of this, the presenting duo welcomed the politician onto the show to squash fears as the colder months roll in.While on the show, the MP claimed the National Grid provides essential guidance around power cuts every year which the mum-of-two was quick to shut down on air.She began: “It feels to many as though the Prime Minister, Liz Truss, has slightly changed her position.“During the hustings [she] absolutely, unequivocally ruled out any need for blackouts yesterday, didn’t rule it out.
So do you know what is likely? Because people are very worried.”The politician replied with: “The important thing is to look at the National Grid advice which they produced yesterday.
They do this for every single winter.“And what they’ve said is that we have a strong and diverse energy supply that we are – relative to our neighbours – in a pretty good position. “But that the risks are higher this year in light of Russia ’s invasion of Ukraine than they have been in previous years.Read more on dailystar.co.uk