GMB's Piers Morgan and Susanna snap at Terry Christian in fiery Brexit debate

Good Morning Britain got seriously heated when Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid welcomed Terry Christian and MP Mark Francis to discuss Brexit.

While talk of Brexit has been going on for what feels like centuries, it’s particularly timely as Friday is officially the day that Britain will leave the European Union.

Piers and Susanna played a clip of Hugh Grant saying that Brexit was going to “finish” Britain, with them disagreeing over whether or not he was being sarcastic.

But Terry and Mark furiously clashed, with Mark slamming Terry down by telling him: “You lost!”

Terry spoke of the downside to leaving the EU, talking about industry loss and money spent.

Terry Christian raged on today's Good Morning Britain about Brexit
Terry Christian raged on today’s Good Morning Britain about Brexit

He said: “It’s cost us already more money than we’ve paid into the EU for the past 40 years.

“And what are our MPs saying? ‘Let’s make Big Ben bong.’

“How do we look to the rest of the world?”

Mark was having none of it, telling him: “People voted for it democratically. You lost. They voted for it whether you like it or not.”

Piers Morgan snapped at Terry during the debate
Piers Morgan snapped at Terry during the debate

Terry snapped back: “They voted for it based on lies. They voted for it thinking our EU is responsible for our immigration.”

While Susanna argued that it was in part, Terry retorted: “It’s not!”

He went on: “We could reduce EU migrant workers here by 80% without leaving the EU, non-EU migrants we could reduce by 100%.”

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But Terry took a hammering from Mark and Piers, who he later took to Twitter to complain about.

Mark tried to shut Terry up by telling him: 'You lost!'
Mark tried to shut Terry up by telling him: ‘You lost!’

Someone told him he “walked into a trap with Morgan and Mark”, adding they wanted to hear the apparent benefits of leaving the EU.

Terry told them: “It was never going to happen – there wasn’t enough time in between the fake moral outrage and meaningless slogans.”

He should know he’s never going to get a word in with Piers.

Good Morning Britain airs weekdays at 6am on ITV


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