BBC Breakfast fans swoon over 'stunning' Sally Nugent's mini dress – but the praise doesn't last long | The Sun
BBC Breakfast fans swooned over 'stunning' Sally Nugent's mini dress this morning – but the praise didn't last long.
Sally, 52, co-hosted Tuesday's show alongside Jon Kay, 53, and wore a navy mini dress which featured a shirt collar neckline and capped sleeves.
She teamed it with a pair of high heels and wore her dark hair back in a loose up do with a number of tendrils framing her face.
Sally's fans were quick to comment on her look, with one writing on social media: "@sallynugent looks so good this morning."
Another added: "Sally! Sally! Sally! Wow!"
A third tweeted: "looking great this morning Sally."
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Throughout the morning, Sally and Jon reported on the latest developments in Israel and the Gaza Strip after Hamas terrorists attacked and killed hundreds Israelis at the weekend.
In the opening headlines for the programme, Sally said: "Our headlines today: Gaza is rocked by overnight explosion, Israel's Prime Minister said the air strikes are just the beginning after Palestinian militants kill more than 900 Israelis."
Jon also said: "Israel's Prime Minister has warned his country will use enormous force against the Hamas militant group as the conflict enters its fourth day."
At one point, Sally spoke to Foreign Secretary James Cleverly about the horrific reports coming out of the region and what the UK's involvement was going to be.
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But Mr Cleverly was quick to correct Sally's terminology during her reporting, telling her: "The situation for Palestinians in Gaza is of course very difficult.
"The point I would make is that Hamas have in a very real sense created a much worse situation for the Palestinian people in Gaza.
"Hamas, which is a terrorist organisation – I want to make sure you recognise that in your reporting – they're not militants, they are terrorists.
"The murders that they perpetrated in Israel, the kidnaps that they have perpetrated, the threats of summary execution that would be televised and broadcast, these are all terrorist attacks and I would urge you to reflect that in your reporting, they have made the plight of the Palestinian people immeasurably worse because of these terrorist actions."
His words were quickly echoed by BBC Breakfast viewers who were also unimpressed by the wording used in the coverage.
One wrote: "Foreign Secretary @JamesCleverly telling #BBCBreakfast presenter @sallynugent to reflect on the way she reports on Hamas as a terrorist organisation. A government minister telling a female journalist how to do her job. Ouch."
Another added: "Well said @JamesCleverly to @sallynugent
again having to be reminded HAMAS are terrorists @BBCBreakfast."
A third tweeted: "You are still referring to Hamas as a militant group. Even the Labour Party refer to them as a terrorist organisation?
BBC Breakfast airs daily from 6am on BBC One.
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