BBC Breakfast viewers all have the same complaint about Jon Kay as Sally Nugent left alone AGAIN | The Sun

BBC Breakfast viewers have all had the same complaint about Jon Kay as Sally Nugent was left alone AGAIN.

Jon, 52, has been co-hosting the show live from Downing Street all week to cover Liz Truss being confirmed as the new Conservative Party leader and then Prime Minister.

Meanwhile Sally, 51, has been left by herself on the famous red sofa.

However, some BBC Breakfast viewers have taken issue with Jon remaining at Downing Street, especially as the topics covered had an air of repetition about them.

Taking to Twitter, one viewer wrote: "#bbcbreakfast If Jon Kay mentions the damn weather in Downing Street one more time…"

Another added: "John Kay…..He’s talking about the weather, talking to a cat and showing us an umbrella. Clown #BBCBreakfast."

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A third tweeted: "Shut up about the f***ing weather!! You're standing in Downing Street going on about what the weather was like yesterday and what it will be like when the cabinet arrives later. Come on… #bbcbreakfast."

It was the same complaints a number of viewers had yesterday, with one writing: "Can Jon Kay shut the f*** up about the weather… bloody hell 🙄 #BBCBreakfast."

Another added: "A real struggle for #BBCBreakfast filling with weather updates, Johnson plane at Northolt and a lot of hot air."

In fact, viewers have grumbled the whole week so far about the coverage from Downing Street.

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On Monday, the fact that there wouldn't be an announcement wbout who had won the leadership contest until hours after the show came off air made many wonder why bosses had bothered to send Jon to Downing Street so early in the morning, leaving Sally on her own.

Taking to Twitter, one wrote: "They must feel really stupid & humiliated for these 'top' BBC political correspondents are ordered to stand out No.10 when we all know the result won't be announced for another 6+ hours #BBCBreakfast." 

Another added: "Presenter pointlessly stood outside Downing Street when nothing will happen during the programme? Endless adverts for Laura Kuenssberg's show? I'm off…"

A third tweeted: "It's announced at 12:30, so why is Jon Kay outside number 10? Pointless."

BBC Breakfast airs daily from 6am on BBC One.

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