Today the Daily Mail, @bbclaurak & @Peston have independently all confirmed that Boris Johnson said “let the bodies pile high in their 1000s” In the aftermath of that statement, 100,000 bodies “piled high” His first duty is to “protect the British citizen” He’s failed miserably
— NAYAB CHOHAN Journalist AND Presenter🎙 (@NayabChohanLIVE) April 27, 2021
Despite recent revelations, the CONSERVATIVES have taken an 11 pt lead over Starmer's Labour. An electorate battered by austerity and the COVID-19 crisis clearly sees nothing in Starmer. The only person he's convincing is himself. #NayabChohanLIVE#politicspic.twitter.com/W5gYgbFppH
— NAYAB CHOHAN Journalist AND Presenter🎙 (@NayabChohanLIVE) April 30, 2021
Sunak steals my rhetoric but no substance. Working people hit by income tax rise as thresholds frozen, council tax rise, pay freeze for public sector workers, cliff edge cut in Universal Credit in months, nothing for disabled on legacy benefits and over 2 million still excluded.
After 100,000 have died, the reality is that we had a Prime Minister critically unsuited to a time of crisis. He is someone who may have got by in better times but not when serious and timely decisions had to be made & when administrative ability was required. I leave it there.
Johnson has achieved the unique success of negotiating a Brexit deal that in the cold light of day over the next weeks and months is likely to brass off both leavers and remainers but will go through Parliament warts and all as a result of political exhaustion & inertia. 1/2