Health Secretary Is Challenged On Picture Showing MP Hosting a No.10 Christmas Quiz | GMB

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Ranvir challenges the Health Secretary about how the Downing Street Christmas party scandal has impacted the electorate’s trust in the Conservative party. And Adil questions whether he’s ‘disappointed’ that he has to defend Boris Johnson when the PM doesn’t answer the questions.

Broadcast on 13/12/21

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