https://www.theguardian.com/politics/20 ... ing-a-babyNow things took an even more surreal turn with Boris declaring any attack on Typhoid Dido to be both unjustified and unseemly. It was almost medieval in tone and probably the first time on record that Johnson has ever sought to defend a woman’s honour. And also totally bizarre, as what is really unseemly is that an unelected Tory peer with a track record of mismanagement and failure should have been given the job as head of test and trace without even an interview.
I’ve got more sense from listening to a Pingu cartoon
Government criticises BBC for giving Keir Starmer 'right of reply' broadcast
An anonymous government source told the Daily Telegraph: "It’s a strange move for the BBC to allow a political statement as a counterpoint to the prime minister making a public information address during a time of crisis.
“It raises questions for the BBC on why they are allowing Sir Keir Starmer a primetime slot to give a political rebuttal.”
Starmer respond to Johnson's statement in May, when he announced the easing of coronavirus restrictions.
You got that right, Alex.Quite extraordinary potential we have for wind.
Everything is theatrics, maaan.
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