Channel 4 News shared a video of Boris Johnson speaking at a rally in Kent but the broadcaster misquoted him in the subtitles.
Annunziata Rees-Mogg, sister of Commons Leader Jacob Rees-Mogg, Lance Forman and Lucy Harris all resigned to back Boris Johnson's deal, while John Longworth lost the whip for "repeatedly undermining" the party's election strategy. So surely I didn't expect much to spend half an hour defending myself.
"We have always proceeded in good faith that the leaders would participate". All of them. Till this one'.
He claimed broadcasters hold been sounding hysterical, and said Neil's phrases on Thursday hold been "gorgeous shut to the brink". We have an interview prepared. Neil in his video said that Boris Johnson is the first leader to refuse to sit down for an interview before an election.
"And why, so many times in his career in journalism and politics, critics and sometimes even those near him have deemed him to be untrustworthy".
'It's, after all, related to what he's promising us all now.
"He vows that the NHS won't be on the desk in any commerce talks with America". However he vowed to the DUP, his unionist allies in Northern Eire, that there would by no means be a border down the Irish Sea. We believe our voice is important - both in representing the pro-EU perspective and also to help rebalance the right wing extremes of much of the United Kingdom national press.
As the pressure grew, Mr Neil referred last night to the "oven-ready" Brexit deal the PM promises to deliver if he wins the election.
"Additional lines of questioning could have comprised why Mr Johnson's vaunted arrange for reform of the UK's creaking social maintenance infrastructure hadn't managed to get to the Conservative Party manifesto", Mr Neil said. His cowardly behaviour exhibits why he merely is not match to be prime minister.
Mr Farage told Neil: "One of them is a sister of a Cabinet minister, another one has a boyfriend working for that Cabinet minister, fact, and another one is a personal friend of Boris Johnson's".
"They've contacted his press staff on repeated events with instances and dates provided to movie an interview".
On Friday the BBC insisted it could not permit Johnson to seem on its flagship politics programmes till he had agreed a time to sit down down with Neil, however on Sunday he appeared on the Andrew Marr Present following the London Bridge terror assault.
Ian Lavery, Labour Party chair, accused Johnson of thinking "he's born to rule and doesn't have to face scrutiny".
He added that Johnson was "running scared, because every time he is confronted with the impact of nine years of austerity, the cost of living crisis and his plans to sell out" the National Health Service to the Americans, "the more he is exposed".
The Conservatives have been approached for comment.