The controversial Prime Minister is currently live in Media City UK, answering questions for the BBC. You can find the interview at BBC News, as he answers calls from across the UK. This follows from his interview this morning on BBC Breakfast.
During the election, BBC News will be asking the candidates questions in part of its 5Live special programme.
Some tweets suggest that Boris Johnson has been given the short end of the stick, and that he isn’t being given a chance to answer his questions in full.
When will bbc presenters realise that phone in progs are for the public to ask politicians like @BorisJohnson about their own issues and not about BBC stars’ own vanity: @bbc5live presenter took four times as much as the time allocated to only two callers in first 18 minutes
— Adel Darwish (@AdelDarwish) November 15, 2019
Piers Morgan has also tweeted his opinions on the interviews.
Firstly why believe a word he says, BBC breakfast is a serious news programme unlike yours. Naga asked some really great questions he couldn't answer it was a car crash. What would you have asked him . What flavour crisp he likes ? ?
— Croydonscot (@croydonscot) November 15, 2019
The current Prime Minister has been under speculation through recent months, due to his promise to leave the EU on the 31st of October, and failing to keep this promise. Mr Johnson decided to call a general election when his deal was shot down by Parliament.
Before the General Election, there will be a live debate between Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn, which caused controversy for the current Liberal Democrat leader, Jo Swinson.
The voice of #Remain is being cut out of the live TV debates and it’s looking like a head-to-head between two hard Brexiteers again. The @LibDems are the largest, strongest party of Remain – @joswinson needs to be included in the debate. #DebateHer https://t.co/7SpUDdScsZ
— Dominic Buxton ? (@MrDominicBuxton) November 8, 2019