Prime minister makes cut-throat gesture in middle of LBC interview

To view this video please enable JavaScript, and consider upgrading to a web browser that supports HTML5 video The prime minister was seen making a menacing cut-throat gesture while being quizzed on social care plans in an interview with LBC. Boris Johnson responded to caller’s questions on the radio this morning, speaking about the NHS, trade talks with the US and his silence on speaking about his own children. But some viewers picked up on a moment in the middle of his interview with host Nick Ferrari, when the PM appeared to draw his finger across his throat. It looked as though the PM was aggressively signalling he wanted to cut the interview and stop taking questions from the public. However, the prime minister claimed he was actually mimicking Mr Ferrari, saying it was the presenter who made the gesture, because a producer was talking to him in his headphones too loudly. This was later backed up by the host, who tweeted: ‘To clarify the PM’s gesture this morning on LBC, this is sign language between me and my producer to signify he needs to stay quiet in my ear. Elsewhere in his LBC interview, Mr Johnson spoke about allegations he wanted to ‘sell off’ the NHS to the US in...

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