Richard Madeley has revealed what he thinks his most memorable moment is from his time on Good Morning Britain.

The ITV breakfast show first aired in April 2014 and has seen more than 2,500 episodes air since then.

Madeley has worked as a presenter on the show since 2017 and has had a whole host of memorable moments, mostly from a presenting style which has seen him compared to Steve Coogan's comedy character Alan Partridge.

However, after being asked for his most notable moment from the show the 67-year-old recalled an interview with Gavin Williamson back in 2018.

Richard Madeley recalls most notable Good Morning Britain moment

Discussing the interview Madeley said: "Probably the morning I turfed a Cabinet minister off the programme for repeatedly refusing to answer a straight question. They all do it, but this was a particularly outrageous example."

Back in May 2018, Madeley had asked Mr Williamson if he regretted telling Russia to “go away and shut up” after Moscow denied responsibility for the Salisbury poison attack.

Mr Williamson instead paid tribute to the healthcare workers who treated Sergei and Yulia Skripal and talked about the circumstances of what happened.

After a back and forth, Madeley responded saying: “Right, you’re not going to answer, are you? OK. All right, interview terminated because you won’t answer the question. It would be helpful if you answered a straight question with a straight answer.”

Continuing, Madeley said: “The then defence secretary Gavin Williamson just kept blatantly dodging a really simple query.

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“What really annoyed me was the disrespect being shown not to me, but to the viewers.

“We ask questions on their behalf, not ours. I suddenly heard myself say, ‘OK, interview terminated because you won’t answer the question’. I’m not sure who was more shocked, him or me.”

Good Morning Britain is available to watch on ITV1 and ITVX from 6am on weekdays