[[sky news hub|Sky News]] was bumped from asking President Obama and David Cameron a question at today’s joint press conference in central London.
Four questions were asked, two from the British media, and two from the American media.
Writing on Twitter, Sky News political correspondent, [[Glen O’Glaza]] said: “Selected to ask the first question then de selected. Downing St decided ITN should get my slot Outrageous!”
He later added: “To clarify: We drew lots, 2 questions, BBC & Sky came out of hat. An official at Number 10 decided ITN should get Q instead #questiongate”
In a reply to Paul Waugh, Editor of PoliticsHome.com, Glen said: “PS f***ing #questiongate! Very annoyed!”
[[Nick Robinson]] asked the first question and [[Tom Bradby]] asked the second question on the behalf of ITN.
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