GB News is currently offline after the Conservative MP and presenter Lee Anderson discovered how to create fire during a live broadcast.
Shortly before 8pm this evening, Anderson was filming outside a garden centre in Mansfield while talking to Nigel Farage about whatever Downing Street had told him to, when he suddenly picked up a pebble and started banging it against a nearby rock repeatedly.
Shocked viewers then heard a series of grunting noises, and a few moments later Anderson was collecting kindling while staring on with a look of absolute amazement.
Shortly afterwards, the GB News testcard appeared, and a thick Nottinghamshire accent could be heard proclaiming, ‘Me spear mammoth now. Ug, me duck.’
At the same time, Mr Farage was heard mumbling, ‘Why don’t you f**k off back to Doggerland.’
At the present time, GB News stil remains off the airwaves, with the channel showing an advert for limited edition gold sovereigns with Michael Buerk on a loop.