BBC Breakfast

The BBC Breakfast presenter pulled health secretary Victoria Atkins up on her claims.
The Apprentice star opened up about the show's strict "no influencers" and "nobody who wants to work from home" policy.
Sally Nugent asked whether Simon Clarke is "a faithful or a traitor" for wanting Rishi Sunak ousted.
The prime minister is begging right-wing MPs not to vote down his flagship Rwanda bill.
Charlie Stayt mocked Chris Heaton-Harris's claim that the government keeps its promises.
John Kay told the Tory minister that the government had "failed" to keep its promises to voters.
The prime minister cancelled his talks with Kyriakos Mitsotakis in a row over the Elgin Marbles.
Viewers were left rather confused when the regular broadcast was interrupted.
About BBC Breakfast
'BBC Breakfast' is corporation's early morning news and current affairs programme that airs daily from 6am on BBC One and BBC News, broadcast live from Salford Quays in Manchester. It is currently hosted by a team of presenters including Louise Minchin, Dan Walker, Charlie Stayt and Naga Munchetty, as well as stand-in hosts Mike Bushell and Steph McGovern. Carol Kirkwood acts as the show's resident weather presenter, hosting her segments from BBC Broadcasting House in London. Many of journalism's biggest names have presented the show over the years, including Bill Turnbull, Susanna Reid, Natasha Kaplinsky, Sophie Raworth, Dermot Murnaghan and Sian Williams. The show attracts an average daily audience of 1.5m, which is around double that of ITV rival 'Good Morning Britain', which is fronted by 'Breakfast' alumni Susanna Reid, along with Piers Morgan and Ben Shephard.