‘A prime minister caught in deceit’ starrer says Johnson not fit for office in wake of party revelations

According to the Labor leader, Boris Johnson is not fit for office and is “stuck in deceit and deceit”.

Sir Keir Starmer delivered a speech at the Fabian Society in London on Saturday morning.

The focus of the speech is health, but he used it to criticize the beleaguered prime minister.

The opposition leader said Boris Johnson “is not fit for office”.

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“We all need the security of knowing that the NHS is there for us when we need it. That will be my contract and I cannot stress enough how badly it is needed. To get through the pandemic and Instead of focusing on getting on the waiting list, this self-indulgent Tory party is battling about a leader they should have known from the start if he is not a fit for office.

“Boris Johnson is too busy defending his rule breaking and as day turns into night, when it comes to the National Health Service, you can never trust the Tories on the NHS. We are seeing that every day , the broken spectacle of a prime minister being deceived and deceived and unable to lead. But when the Tories clash and fight each other over WhatsApp, I want to look to the future as the NHS has to learn new There are challenges to be faced.”

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The speech was setting up Labor’s “Covenant for Better Health” to provide people “deserving security, prosperity and respect”.

He said the system needs to be more about the patient and improve flexibility.

He said the “mess” of healthcare was not just about the pandemic, but had been neglected for years.

Raising the question, he said that he felt that the allegations of the parties in Downing Street had worsened the mental health situation.

“What has happened in recent weeks, where it has become clear that the vast majority of the British public was abiding by government-made laws, the government and the PM partying in Downing Street. I think it’s mental health. Added to the tension is because so many people are now asking themselves ‘Then why on earth did I do this?’

“When we collectively asked the nation to behave in a certain way, it was important that we act in the same way as the rest of the country. Now what have we got in a position where the Prime Minister has taken the lead. The moral authority is lost when you need to, because we are not out of the pandemic, when you need a government that has the moral authority to lead, we have lost it with this PM.Downing Street parties in but what have they said along the way. When I first raised the Prime Minister regarding these allegations on the dispatch box in December and said, ‘I have been assured that there was no side’

“His first defense was that there was no one. Then that video came out showing rehearsals for a press conference and when I put it to the prime minister his reaction was ‘this is the first time I knew about it, I am angry about these parties about which I knew nothing.

“Then he went to another last Wednesday where I invited him and he was one of them and then he changed his defense to say he was in it but didn’t know it was a party. It was important The thing is, he said ‘now I wish I could get all the employees from Downing Street’. [while] While sifting through bottles and food, he was at a party, he greeted everyone with a glass of wine, he finally said ‘it must be a party’.

Then she said in the dispatch box that she stumbled upon this party in her own backyard garden, how scary it was and after half an hour she worked out that it was a party. How did it fit in with her earlier defense that Were there no favor or the other that he was furious when he came to know about them in December 2021?

“I think you have greatly undermined their moral right to lead.”

He said that not only does this affect people who follow the COVID rules, but added that the prime minister is “truly hidden at the moment and unable to lead”.

“So I conclude that he has to go. Of course there is a party advantage in his departure, but it is also in the national interest. It is very important that now the Tory party should do what it wants and it goes.”

He was asked whether his party followed the rules later? her pictures surfaced Drinking with party workers in May last year. Labor says he was in a work meeting.

December was the worst month on record for A&E wait times in England. Statistics show that 38.8% of people arriving at major casualty departments waited more than four hours to be seen, when the target is 5%.

This is an increase from November’s figure of 38.1% – a record in itself. For December 2020, the figure was 28%.

In Wales, where health returns and Labor runs the Welsh government, there are also record numbers of people waiting for care. Figures for December showed 679,626 people were waiting for non-urgent NHS care in October, an increase from the 668,801 recorded in September and the 456,809 seen just before the pandemic hit.

Currently about a third (242,101) of people on the NHS Wales waiting list have been on it for nine months or more, up from 240,306 a month ago. In comparison, in March 2020, only 28,294 people were waiting for such a long time.

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