Kate Garraway hands Iain Dale warning after storming off'she was going to bring handcuffs'

KATE GARRAWAY pleaded with broadcaster Iain Dale on today's edition of Good Morning Britain as he returned to be a guest on a panel, just a week after he stormed off the set of the flagship ITV news programme.

Kate Garraway, 52, and her co-host Ben Shephard, 45, were once again joined by broadcaster Iain Dale, 57, to talk about the cabinet reshuffle. However, before they began the conversation, the pair addressed their guest storming off the news show last week when he was left furious over not being able to get a word in. 

The LBC presenter made a fleeting appearance last Friday when he joined the presenters to discuss the mental health care services available with regards to teenager Jonty Bravery after he threw a child from the 10th-floor viewing platform at the Tate Modern.

After Iain tried to explain the tragedy was not as a result of austerity impacting the duty of care given to the guilty party, the other guests strongly disagreed and began talking over the top of him.

Having had enough, the broadcaster stood up, took off his microphone and left the studio as Kate tried to call him back to put his point across.

Reunited for the first time since the chaos last week, the host made sure the guest was not going to repeat the outburst and warned him not to do it again.

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Kate Garraway issues warning to Iain Dale

Kate Garraway issues warning to Iain Dale as he returns to GMB (Image: ITV)

Good Morning Britain: Kate Garraway and Iain Dale

Good Morning Britain: Kate Garraway was reunited with Iain Dale after last week's commotion (Image: ITV)

Explaining they are going to discuss the day’s top headlines, including former Chancellor Sajid Javid, 50, putting the cabinet yesterday, Kate was cut off by Ben as he declared: “Don’t talk about walkouts.”

Sat alongside fellow panelist journalist Ayesha Hazarika, 44, Iain joked: “She was going to bring her handcuffs,” as Kate quipped they were going to “strap him in.”

The panel laughed off the chaos last week, but they did discuss the moment to ensure the broadcaster gave an explanation to his actions.

“Last time we were here, Iain you didn’t want to stay did you? But it’s all fine, you’re back, everything’s lovely,” the former I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! campmate explained.

Good Morning Britain: Iain Dale

Good Morning Britain: Iain Dale explained his walkout was not a publicity stunt (Image: ITV)

Please don’t do it again

Kate Garraway

“I apparently, according to the newspapers, I stormed out or I flounced out,” the broadcaster said.

“I thought I was actually quite calm,” he commented, with Ayesha stating: “I like the way you took off the microphone. I couldn’t do that. Mine’s hooked onto my bra.”

Ben said to Iain: ‘It was very good of you to take it off - you could have taken it off back there, but you took it off here.

Explaining some thought he’d done it for a publicity stunt to promote his book, the panelist said his writings don’t hit the shelves for another five months. Not wanting the situation to unravel again, Kate pleaded with Iain as she warned him: “Please don’t do it again in five months time.”

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Taking to Twitter, viewers of the show gave their response to the LBC presenter returning to the show despite storming off a week ago.

“Great to see @IainDale back on #GMB and poking fun at his walkout! He’s very easy to listen to,” one wrote on the social media platform.

Another added: “At least Garraway will dare not interrupt Iain Dale in case he f***s off again #gmb.”

Whilst a third commented: “#gmb surprised they got him back so soon….,” with a fourth remarking: “Ooo wonder if #iaindale @IainDaleAllTalk will storm off again #gmb @gmb.”

Those expecting him to walk off were left disappointed as the broadcaster stayed in his seat for the entirety of the debate.

Rounding off the conversation on the cabinet reshuffle, Ben said to the guest: “Thank you for staying Iain,” which the radio presenter laughed off.

Following his actions last week, the broadcaster took to Twitter shortly after the moment to address why he’d walked off.

In view of his 188,400 followers, he wrote: “I enjoy my early mornings on Good Morning Britain with Jacqui Smith because they’re all about civilised discussion.

“Today was not,” he continued, before adding: “It was about closing me down. I decided it wasn’t worth hanging around.”

Iain apologised to the presenters on the show, but finished off the statement by wiring: “Enough is enough.”

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