Money-saving expert Martin Lewis leaves GMB after hurrying through his "important" money-advice segment – when frustrated viewers describe the hosts as "rude" for cutting him down
- Martin Lewis, 48, explained how Covid-19 could have affected finances
- But during the segment on Good Morning Britain, he was interrupted by the hosts
- After Ranvir Singh and Adil Ray returned to the studio, Martin came out of the shot
Spectators spoke out in frustration after Martin Lewis left Good Morning Britain today in a live segment after it was cut.
The 48-year-old financial expert, who explained how people who work from home can reclaim a tax-free allowance, was cut off by hosts Ranvir Singh and Adil Ray in the middle of the statement.
Spectators quickly complained that they would rather have heard the advice of the money expert than move on to the next “less important” segment.
Martin said via video link from his hometown in London that British interest rates are "absolutely terrible" for those who have savings in the bank after a 25-year low.
Spectators spoke out in frustration after Martin Lewis was seen leaving Good Morning Britain during a live section
He said to the audience: "I never knew it was worse."
The money-saving expert then said: “If you work from home and have additional expenses such as heating or electricity, you can get £ 6 a week tax-free.
“You don't have to provide receipts as long as you don't use more than £ 6 a week. It's about filling out the P87 form online. & # 39;
Martin then went on to explain how those who were due to have a TÜV would have to cover their cars by August 1 if the vehicle maintenance test suspension is lifted.
The financial expert explained how people who work from home can reclaim a tax-free allowance, but was cut off by Ranvir Singh (center) and Adil Ray (left) in the middle of the statement.
Martin explained that UK interest rates are "absolutely terrible" for those who have savings at the bank when they hit a 25-year low before saying that TÜVs need to be updated if necessary
But when he was in the middle of the sentence, Ranvir was heard trying to pull out of the studio.
Martin quickly ended his advice with the words: "Zip, program is over, goodbye!"
Martin seemed annoyed by the interruption, got up and got out of the shot.
Viewers went to Twitter to share their frustration with the end of the segment.
The audience went to Twitter to share their anger about the interruption
Bryan Manley-Green wrote: “I don't understand. Martin Lewis had some excellent advice but was cut off by Good Morning Britain so they could talk about things that were far less important. & # 39;
Stew Herd tweeted: "Very rude to end up cutting Martin Lewis there … when he gives out information to help people."
Mark Brown wrote: "They cut you off … ugh".
While Stephen Logan asked if Martin "ran away" because of his quick exit.
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