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John Humphrys was given the shock of his life this morning as he interviewed a Cambridge University economist who suddenly stripped naked in the Radio 4 studio.

Dr Victoria Bateman, a fellow in economics at Gonville and Caius College, Bbc nude video regularly delivers lectures in the nude, surprised the veteran host when she disrobed and then challenged Jacob Rees-Mogg to a Brexit debate without any clothes on.

Humphrys, who said, startled, 'oh, I see you're naked', told listeners that Dr Bateman had the words 'Brexit Leaves Britain Bbc nude video painted across her body.

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It is not known whether the BBC was aware that Dr Bateman had intended to strip during the interview which saw her arrive wearing a coat and then disrobe in front of an unsuspecting Humphrys. Listeners claimed the veteran interviewer struggled while talking with the naked academic, concentrating on her lack of clothes rather than her anti-Brexit message.

Listeners suggested Humphrys was unable to cope with Bbc nude video Batement's arguments on Brexit.

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Listeners claimed he clearly struggled on air while interviewing the married Dr Bateman - who described Brexit as Britain's 'Emperor's New Clothes' moment.

During the terse five-minute interview, Humphrys accused the academic Bbc nude video undermining her argument by not wearing clothes as well as Bbc nude video the sensibilities of the vast majority of the British public.

Dr Bateman was interviewed following an exchange on Twitter yesterday with Piers Morgan when she uploaded a video discussing women's freedom and rights across the world while standing in the nude. Morgan retweeted her video calling her 'ridiculous', and urged her to 'put some clothes on before you catch a cold.


A source at the BBC said her appearance came following her response to negative comments telling her to cover up, and because her lecture on Brexit in January has caused such a stir.

The interview comes amid a wave of criticism of the flagship current affairs programme which has been accused of dumbing down since Sarah Sands became editor in Dr Bateman made the appearance following an exchange on Twitter with Piers Morgan after she uploaded a video discussing women's freedom and rights across Bbc nude video world.

During the interview with Humphrys, Dr Bateman explained the slogan across her body. Government failures that left many people feeling they have nothing to lose from Brexit because they have nothing at all. Humphrys said those arguments have been made repeatedly by people wearing clothes and why Dr Bateman felt the need to remove Bbc nude video. Britain has sold itself a project that cannot possibly deliver what it promises. I am completely comfortable with my own body.