Boris Johnson interview continues shift away from traditional approach

Boris Johnson’s decision to give his first broadcast interview since the general election to BBC’s Breakfast programme, rather than the broadcaster’s traditional political outlets, suggests Downing Street is making good on its promise to prioritise programmes with wider audiences rather than those perceived to be consumed by Westminster obsessives.

As such it was the morning magazine-style programme – traditionally seen as a softer interview by political advisers, to the annoyance of those who work on the show – that United Kingdom or read the original


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