Ms Sarkar, a staunch supporter of Jeremy Corbyn, clashed with Ms Myskow over the role grassroots Labour movement Momentum played in the party’s general election defeat. Ms Myskow claimed the “influence of Momentum” had been a “disaster” for Labour. But Ms Sarkar didn’t agree, sparking a lively clash between the two journalists.
Ms Myskow said: “Quite frankly the influence of Momentum on the very left, of which Corbyn is the star, has been a disaster frankly.
“The influence has been that they have hardened on the left instead of going towards something that the average person can relate to.
“Rather than this really, really hardcore left.”
Ms Sarkar replied: “So what is Momentum’s ideology?
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“There is a problem there.”
The two panellists then descended into a row with host Jeremy Vine forced to intervene.
But the fiery guests continued to shout over each other.
Ms Myskow scolded Ms Sarkar as she raged: “You have interrupted me! You have interrupted me!
“I did not interrupt you.”