Michael Gove criticised for "using silly voices" during BBC interview

Michael Gove has been criticised for "using silly voices" as he appeared to attempt American and Scouse accents during a broadcast interview.The Communities Secretary was talking about the prospect of an emergency budget on BBC Breakfast to deal with the cost-of-living crisis when he broke into the different accents.Mr Gove said the words "an emergency budget" and "a major, capital letters, big news story" in what appeared to be an American accent.

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