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PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Good Morning Britain viewers have threatened to boycott the show after presenter Richard Madeley's "shocking" comments directed at rail trade unionist Mick Lynch. Millions of people are facing travel disruption today after railway workers voted to go on strike over pay and working conditions. Rail, Maritime and Transport (RMT) general secretary Mick Lynch was invited to discuss the situation on today's show with Richard Madeley starting off the interview by asking him whether he was a Marxist. He said: "Now, are you, or are you not a Marxist? Because if you are a Marxist, then you’re into revolution and into bringing down capitalism. So, are you or aren’t you?" Read more:GMB viewers accuse Susanna Reid of 'trying to force a tear out' as she wells up in emotional Grenfell Tower fire interview Mr Lynch replied: "Richard, you do come up with the most remarkable twaddle sometimes. I’m not a Marxist, I’m an elected official of the RMT, I’m a working class bloke leading a trade union dispute about jobs, pay and conditions, and service, so it’s got nothing to do with Marxism it’s all about this industrial dispute." Viewers were shocked by the question and have threatened to stop watching the show. They have also called on ITV bosses to sack Richard.
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. Just a Tory mouthpiece. GET RID!"
James said: "@GMB Madeley talking 'twaddle' again - time to let him retire." Another viewer wrote: "@GMB Richard Madeley should be sacked for that pathetic display of Toryism! Some of the comments he made were shocking!" John Hough said: "If you don’t get rid of Richard Madeley will not watch GMB anymore." And Carolyn commented: "Richard Madeley asking more s*** questions. Get rid of him @GMB." It comes after viewers slammed comments made by a consultant oncologist who said the upcoming rail strikes were "selfish" and would lead to "a loss of life" during yesterday's show. Read next: Good Morning Britain viewers worried after Susanna Reid's unexpected absence GMB’s Susanna Reid's dig at Love Island's Gemma Owen as rumours swirl about second ex entering villa Get breaking news by email by signing up to our newsletters
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