The channel's former chairman Andrew Neil was pressed about his GB News exit by panellists on the BBC show.
Veteran broadcaster says "draw your own conclusions" after being pressed on whether channel had become a "British Fox News".
The former BBC News star has said they're planning to "celebrate in the spring, when it's safe to share a party".
Veteran broadcaster says he has made the decision after reflecting on "my extensive portfolio of interests".
Broadcaster and channel's chair has been largely absent since announcing a break two weeks into launch.
Just two weeks after GB News' ill-fated launch, it was announced Andrew would be taking an extended break from his nightly show.
People really aren't happy about Sainsbury's adverts on Nigel Farage's new show on GB News.
He has accused the ill-fated broadcaster of becoming an "absurd parody of what it proclaimed to be".
After yet another week of bad press for the struggling station, Farage has revealed he's joining the GB News team.
In the last week, certain GB News shows apparently pulled in zero viewers, with reports claiming senior figures are leaving the station.