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BBC News turns awkward as star caught using phone with feet up on desk live on air
BBC News anchor has been left red-faced after being caught with his feet on the desk and scrolling through his phone during a live broadcast.Over a turbulent 24 hours, where we saw 38 members of the Tory Government step down, Michael Gove reportedly sacked as revenge and a scrambling Boris Johnson defend himself from critics both inside and outside his party.So at the end of a hectic day for the Conservative Party, viewers will sure forgive anyone for not being able to keep up with the speed of the events - even poor Tim Willcox.READ MORE: Boris Johnson dealt yet another blow as Larry the Downing Street cat 'resigns'The BBC news anchor was listening to a recap of the day from fellow presenter and news analyst Ros Atkins outside 10 Downing Street when the camera unexpectedly cut back to him in the studio before it was supposed to.Such was the sudden nature, Tim had his feet up on the desk and was scrolling through his phone.He quickly realised and attempted to readjust, but it was too late as viewers took to social media to laugh at the blunder."Tbh we’re all doing the same right now" noted one user, with a second sympathising with the presenter, tweeting: "You really do have to feel for Tim Willcox here, but at the same time, thank you for giving me a chuckle."A third noted: "Six seconds of comic relief in the business news day for ages"As Mr Johnson refuses to step down from 10 Downing Street, he has given old pal Mr Gove his marching orders following his ally turning against him, the Mirror reports.The BBC initially reported that Mr Johnson had dismissed the Levelling Up Secretary after speaking to him on the phone on Wednesday night.Despite the chaos unfolding around him, the PM's Parliamentary Private Secretary James