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Danny Dyer calls David Cameron a ‘t**t’ as he discusses Brexit with Jeremy Corbyn on Good Evening Britain
- ITV special featured ‘the most weird and eclectic mix of people ever on TV’
- Talked football, Brexit and Love Island with Dyer, Corbyn and Pamela Anderson
- Dyer sympathised with contestant Hayley for not knowing what Brexit is
- He called it a ‘mad riddle’ and blamed ‘that t**t David Cameron’ for causing it
Danny Dyer called David Cameron a ‘t**t’ for ‘causing Brexit’ in a bizarre television debate with Jeremy Corbyn and Pamela Anderson last night.
ITV commissioned a special late night version of Good Morning Britain to discuss England’s World Cup defeat against Belgium, Love Island and current affairs.
Good Evening Britain host Piers Morgan described the panel as the ‘most weird and eclectic mix of people ever amassed on television’ as he chaired the debate with co-presenter Susanna Reid.
But the EastEnders star, 40, was the one to bring up politics while the group chatted about the ITV2 reality show.
After talking about his daughter Dani’s appearance on the show, he defended contestant Hayley Hughes’s confession she didn’t know what Brexit was.
He sympathised, saying it was a ‘mad riddle’ that ‘no one knows what it is’, before blaming ‘that t**t David Cameron’ for ‘bringing it on’.
Danny Dyer (pictured on Good Evening Britain) called David Cameron a ‘t**t’ for ‘causing Brexit’ in a bizarre television debate with Jeremy Corbyn and Pamela Anderson last night
Host Piers Morgan (second left) described the panel (Danny Dyer left, Jeremy Corbyn second right and Pamela Anderson far right) as the ‘most weird and eclectic mix of people ever amassed on television as he chaired the debate with co-host Susanna Reid (centre)
Pictured: Former Prime Minister David Cameron was accused of being a ‘t**t’ by Danny Dyer
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Dyer said: ‘Let’s go back to this whole Brexit thing, when you’re judging them because they don’t know what Brexit is.
‘Who know’s about Brexit? No one has got a f***** clue. You watch Question Time, it’s comedy.
‘No one knows what it is. It’s like this mad riddle that no one knows what it is.
‘So what’s happened to that t*** David Cameron who brought it on? Let’s be fair. How comes he can scuttle off. He called all this on.
‘Where is he? He’s in Europe. He’s in Nice with his trotters up. Where is the geezer? I think he should be held accountable for it.’
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn is pictured on the panel for one-off special Good Evening Britain
Corbyn, 69 is pictured next to Baywatch star Pamela Anderson, 50 on the show
As Piers Morgan looked to Jeremy Corbyn for comment, Dyer cut him off by shouting ‘t**t’ again.
When Corbyn finally did get to respond to allegations politicians are being incompetent over Brexit he said: ‘The Government who is meant to be negotiating spends its time negotiating with itself. That is the biggest problem.’
Earlier in the show Dyer agreed on the ‘nutty group of people’ on the programme.
The Labour leader confessed he is not watching Love Island and insisted he voted to remain in EU when quizzed on the issue.
He also admitted he watches EastEnders, saying Dyer is ‘great’ in the soap.
Danny Dyer was on the show to discuss his daughter Dani’s (pictured) appearance on Love Island
The EastEnders star sympathised with contestant Hayley Hughes (pictured) because she didn’t know what Brexit was
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