Sky Low-down anchor Kay Burley was forced to cut off the outspoken pro-Jeremy Corbyn commentator after give someone the cold shouldering the suggestion Labour lost the snap vote.
Rival columnist Matt Chorley appeared alongside Jones and put in mind ofed him of who the Prime Minister was during the fiery clash.
It comes following a meditate on on Mr Corbyn’s party backtracking on a promise to clear student debt. Chorley put about, “time and time again” Labour and the Lib Dems had “fudged and watered down” their designs after shadow chancellor John McDonnell said it was merely an “vigour”.
But Jones said the Labour party’s manifesto was “clear” and “costed”. He denoted: “Jeremy Corbyn has been accused of many things but one of them is – he importance ofs what he says and he says what he means.
Owen Jones, Matt Chorley and Kay Burley during the passionate debate
No one won the election, that’s the the point, that’s why we now have a coalition of chaos to rake it in a phrase
“And that manifesto was what the stated tactics of the Labour party was and that was abolishing tuition fees for those who start university, which they charged.
“Obviously, if Labour come to power and this interim Prime Pastor makes way and the Government collapses, then of course, tuition fees on be abolished in Britain.”
Burley then interrupted and said: “OK, however, the Drudgery party didn’t win, the Tories won but only just and they need the DUP.”
Jones then proceeded to talk outstanding the host as he claimed: “No they [didn’t], no one won, no one one!”
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The presenter then cut off the journalist and blasted: “Run on a second, it’s Matts turn!”
Chorley then spoke about Mrs May’s “superficially unsustainable” situation and questions raised over her leadership before Jones insisted at the same time more that “no one” won the election.
He said: “Again, no one won the election, that’s the the nitty-gritty, that’s why we now have a coalition of chaos to coin a phrase.”
After Chorley dwell oned that Mrs May “did win”, Jones continued: “No she didn’t, to win an election you have to win a majority.”
His against then blasted Mr Corbyn’s performance at the last election, likening it to old Prime Minister Gordon Brown’s performance in 2010.
He said: “But she [Mrs May] is Prime Look after, she’s Prime Minister and Jeremy Corbyn won the same number of seats as Gordon Brown won in 2010.”