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ITV Good Morning Britain viewers 'feel sorry' for Susanna Reid and Ed Balls as show makes change

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It was all change on Good Morning Britain as well as in government as the fallout from Sajid Javid and Rishi Sunak's departure from the cabinet began.

Susanna Reid and Ed Balls were back at the helm of the ITV news programme on Wednesday (July 6). And of course, the latest news was dominated by reaction to the Health Secretary and Chancellor resigning in a double blow to the Prime Minister.

Boris Johnson was also rocked by a number of other, quieter, exits last night (July 5), threatening to force him out of No 10.

Mr Sunak and Mr Javid both quit, with Sunak commenting that 'the public rightly expect government to be conducted properly, competently and seriously' while Javid commented that "it is with most enormous regret that I must tell you that I can no longer, in good conscience, continue serving in this government." READ MORE: ITV This Morning's Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield visibly stunned as guest describes how she bagged Prince Andrew's Newsnight interview Both former ministers were swiftly replaced on Tuesday evening with Nadhim Zahawi promoted to be the new Chancellor and Steve Barclay becoming Health Secretary.

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