- Publish Date
- Monday, 21 March 2016, 2:00PM
Veteran broadcaster Andrew Neil was left stunned during a debate about the sugar tax on children's channel CBBC when a 10-year-old girl demolished his argument and suggested he wasn't "educated properly enough" to understand healthy living.
10-year-old Charlotte and fellow guest Henrietta took turns to ask Mr Neil about a sugar tax.
During the discussion the presenter asks whether the sugar tax is another example of the nanny state.
The presenter addresses both schoolgirls saying: "When I was your age and someone told me not to do something that usually meant I tried to do it."
Charlotte then concludes the segment by responding: "Well, maybe you weren't educated properly enough about health and wellbeing."