On Thursday’s BBC Breakfast, Charlie Stayt left Munchetty in stitches after he poked fun at Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick’s Union flag in the background. She then liked tweets praising her and Stayt over the comical incident before later apologising.
After BBC Breakfast, Munchetty liked a number of anti-Conservative tweets including, “The flag s*****s will be up in arms.”
She also liked: “Should be done every time the Tories roll out one of the talking head ministers”.
Last night, Munchetty apologised and tweeted: “I ‘liked’ tweets today that were offensive in nature about the use of the British flag as a backdrop in a government interview this morning. I have since removed these ‘likes’.
“This do not represent the views of me or the BBC. I apologise for any offence taken. Naga.”