Boris Johnson will be interviewed on the BBC's Andrew Marr Show, but has still not agreed to a grilling from the broadcaster's veteran Andrew Neil.
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MORE: BBC refuses to have Boris Johnson on Andrew Marr show until he commits to Andrew Neil grilling The decision has been branded "wrong" and "shameful" by rival parties.
However, a Conservative source said the Prime Minister's team and the BBC are still in negotiation, and suggested this week's North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit could push the interview back to just before.
'Within the wake of a serious terrorist incident, we imagine it's now within the public curiosity that the Prime Minister needs to be interviewed on our flagship Sunday political programme.
Now, more than 3,000 people have signed a petition on Change.org calling on the BBC to broadcast an Andrew Neil interview with Mr Johnson.
Boris Johnson has appeared to agree in principle to an interview with Andrew Neil, after indicating he might not be willing to replicate Jeremy Corbyn's disastrous encounter with him last week.
Labour candidates have accused the BBC of "abject surrender" in allowing the prime minister to be interviewed by Marr without agreeing to an interview with Neil.
"But this decision is wrong". The BBC have been performed by the Tory Chief and should not dance to his tune'.
Labour accused Mr Johnson of "working scared" of Mr Neil attributable to his continued refusal to decide to a pre-December 12 date for an interview.
"I had my interview with Andrew Neil, the other party leaders also have experienced any of their interviews, but the ministry decided never to achieve this".
In Mr Corbyn's interview with Mr Neil, the Labour leader refused four times to apologise for his handling of anti-Semitism allegations.
Mr Corbyn also struck out at the overall election controversies that watched the Conservatives set both a bogus'factchecking' service and also a bogus Labour website that instead pumped out Tory policies.
The Labour leader is scheduled to appear on Sky's Sophy Ridge On Sunday.
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