The televised debate pitted diplomatic chief Liz Truss and former finance minister Rishi Sunak against the two Conservative candidates who are still running to succeed Boris Johnson in September.
Televised debate between candidates to replace Boris Johnson Downing Street On Tuesday, July 26, the fight was abruptly interrupted live by the moderator. Kate McCann Passed away, the broadcaster said.
As Foreign Minister Liz Truss answered a question about the war in Ukraine, the audience heard a loud crash and saw a startled look from Liz Truss as she rushed towards the source of the noise.
The debate was immediately interrupted
Assessor”Kate McCann has passed away on Live Tonight and although she is fine, medical advice is not to continue the debate“, said in a press release NewsUK, the group that owns the TalkTV channel and the tabloid The Sun, which organized the debate. The broadcast of the debate between Liz Truss and former finance minister Rishi Sunak will have to be decided by members of the Conservative Party in early September, thirty minutes after it began at 6:30 p.m. (5:30 p.m. GMT) was immediately interrupted.
«You’re already feeling better @KateEMcCan“, Rishi Sunak responded on Twitter. “So relieved to hear @KateEMcCann is fine. I am sorry that such a discussion has stopped“, Liz Dress tweeted. “There was a medical problem. It’s not a security issue, it’s candidates’ well-being“, initially mentioned TalkTV on Twitter.
TalkTV is a new television channel launched in April by media mogul Rupert Murdoch, owner of The Sun. It was the second televised battle in two days for Liz Truss, 47, and Rishi Sunak, 42, the two Tory candidates to contest in September after British Prime Minister Boris Johnson resigned on July 7 after a series of scandals.
During Monday evening’s first debate on the BBC, the two candidates had heated exchanges over taxation, with Liz Truss proposing massive tax cuts that would worsen her rival’s already dramatic inflation (over 9%). The head of the Foreign Office saw a further strengthening of his status: according to a poll, Conservatives preferred his performance to that of the former chancellor, but was often regarded as a better debater, but he often gave him a sense of disconnect. .
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