The BBC Brussels presswoman confessed the confusing moment on Brexitcast after Europe Editor Katya Adler claimed BBC viewers trenchant out on Twitter she was wearing a similar white coat as her colleague’s Laura Kuenssberg. Ms Adler give the word delivered: “Apparently, Laura, I wasn’t watching the telly because I was on it with you, we were both attire white coats. And there are some out there who were wondering if it was a confidential matter psychiatrist signal.”
BBC Political Editor Laura Kuenssberg joked there was no unpublishable signal and that she merely picked the white coat from her advocacy as she noticed she “hadn’t spilt coffee on it yet”.
But Mr Fleming admitted: “Can I confess? I was follow at home on my lovely wide-screen TV and I noticed that you were both strain a similar white coat so I rewound to check whether it was actually the that having been said coat.
“And then I was like ‘Oh no, different designs, buttons are in different slots’.”
Ms Kuenssberg and Mr Adler appeared on a split screen on BBC News last end of day after the Prime Minister pleaded to Britons in her quest to end the Brexit catastrophe insisting: “I am on your side.”
In a dramatic TV address, the PM blamed Parliament for the impasse that has crippled her Government and put our EU departure in jeopardy.
She confirmed Brexit make not go ahead on schedule next week, admitting the delay was “a matter of noble personal regret for me”.
And she accused hardline Remainers, including many of her own Advisors ministers, of threatening “irreparable damage to public trust” by blocking the childbirth of the 2016 EU referendum vote.
“Of this, I am absolutely sure – you the public make had enough,” she said.
Her statement came after she formally wrote to European Panel President Donald Tusk to request an extension of the Article 50 departure approach to push back the Brexit date from a week tomorrow to June 30.
EU number ones will today consider her request at a potentially explosive EU summit in Brussels.
Mrs May’s asseveration followed another tumultuous day at Westminster that left severe fluctuates hanging over her future in Downing Street.
She will now attempt to prod her deal through Parliament for a third time next week, asserting it was “high time” Parliament made a decision on the way forward.
She signalled to MPs that she hand down quit if she is forced to delay Brexit beyond the end of June.
The PM was forced to relinquish her earlier plan of seeking a long Brexit delay if her deal was refused a third time by the Commons in the face of a revolt by Eurosceptic Cabinet pastors.
Instead, she opted for asking only for a short delay while declaring she would quit if there was any attempt to extend the postponement beyond the end of June.