Emily Thornberry Reveals She Thinks PM’s lies Have Sparked More Anger In ‘Partygate’ Scandal | GMB

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Shadow Attorney General Emily Thornberry says she thinks people are angrier about Boris Johnson’s lies rather than the actual parties at Downing Street.

Broadcast on 26/01/22

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