Journalist Laura Kuenssberg was caught venting about Boris Johnson while her microphone was still on during the Downing Street press briefing tonight (February 10).
The BBC political editor had been asking the Prime Minister when Brits could start to plan their summer holidays and flights abroad after spending weeks in a national lockdown.
She then complained he "didn't answer the question" after he appeared to dodge it and said it was the "best I can give".
In the clip, Kuenssberg asks him: "Should members of the public be booking summer holidays or not, whether at home or abroad?
"Because the Transport Secretary this morning warned people against booking anything at all."
Johnson said a "roadmap" for plans of easing the lockdown and permitting travel would be revealed on February 22.
He tells her: "As you know it's currently illegal to go on holiday that's the state of play at the moment… in the week of the 22nd as I said we will be setting out the roadmap.
"That's the best I can give, there's not an awful long delay now between now and the 22nd but I hope that we'll be able to give some more clarity to people then."
The camera pans away from Kuenssberg, but not before she is caught complaining "he didn't answer the question".
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Viewers were quick to notice the dig, with some discussing it on Twitter.
One person asked: "During the Coronavirus update with Boris, did anyone else hear Laura Kuenssberg moaning that 'he didn't answer my question' when they were switching to the next journalist?"
Another blasted: "I thought the 'ugh he didn't answer the question' snarky comments like a petulant schoolgirl was rude."
While a third called Kuenssberg "my hero" and added: "Boris is always dodging those difficult questions."
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