Good Morning Britain fans fuming as Laura Tobin travels from Tier 4 to present weather from Blenheim Palace in Tier 2

GOOD Morning Britain fans have been left fuming after Laura Tobin travelled from Tier 4 to present the weather from Blenheim Palace in Tier 2.

Viewers questioned why the journey was deemed "essential" as they pointed out that the weather could be hosted from anywhere in the UK, including the usual London studio.

The 39-year-old meteorologist fronted several segments from the stunning World Heritage Site in Oxfordshire, showing off their festive lights.

She also explained that while it was business as usual for the attraction, they did have to refund several tickets from vistors who were due to travel in from Tier 4.

Despite this, Laura was allowed access into the area as she was there for work – but fans at home were not convinced that this counted as "essential".

Flocking to Twitter, one critic asked: "GMB why has Laura Tobin travelled from a tier 4 to a tier 2 to present the weather from Blenheim Palace?!"

Another tweeted: "Is Laura Tobin's Weather report in a Tier 2 area essential reporting? Was it essential for her to travel from a Tier 4 area? @metpoliceuk"

A third sniped: "Laura the hypocrite."

One more asked: "Is it really necessary for Laura to be at Blenheim Palace, travelling from tier 4 or am I missing something?"

On Saturday, Prime Minister Boris Johnson introduced the new fourth tier, which came into effect on Sunday.


Much of the South, including England's capital, was placed in this – with non-essential shops closing, travel banned unless for essential work, and the pre-promised Christmas bubbles axed.

After the announcement, hoards of people flocked to the train stations and motorways to escape before midnight and be reunited with their family across the country for the festive season.

Matt Hancock slammed the crowds who fled Tier 4 areas as "hugely irresponsible", and public health officials in the West Midlands and Greater Manchester yesterday asked those travelling from Tier 4 to lower-rated areas to self-isolate for 10 days upon arrival.

Earlier today, GMB host Adil Ray revealed that due to this guidance he will now be forced to spend Christmas Day alone after travelling to London from Birmingham at the weekend to present Good Morning Britain.

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