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Covid Inquiry - Boris Johnson: advisors frazzled

Covid Inquiry – Boris Johnson advisors frazzled

Covid Inquiry – Boris Johnson: advisors frazzled

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Covid Inquiry – Boris Johnson advisors frazzled

The former Prime Minister faces two-day grilling at the Covid Inquiry.

Boris Johnson opens with an apology for mistakes and understands the feelings of the victims families.  Takes responsibility for all decisions made.  Sorry for pain and loss in pandemic.

Former PM: We could have done things differently.

Johnson unable to supply the Covid-19 inquiry with any of his WhatsApp messages for almost the entirety of the first lockdown.

He was advised to stop using his old phone in May 2021 after it emerged that the number had been freely available online for 15 years.

The inquiry seen heavy criticism of Mr Johnson by former colleagues who worked with him when Covid-19 struck.

Former chief scientific adviser, Sir Patrick Vallance, said Mr Johnson was “bamboozled” by scientific data.

Johnson arrived early for the first day of the Covid Inquiry.  The media caught him entering the building at 7am.

Representatives of bereaved Covid families claim the Inquiry so far has “exposed a deadly culture of incompetence, arrogance and blaming everyone else but themselves”.


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