‘A coward, not a leader’: Starmer and Johnson clash over second jobs

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Keir Starmer has called Boris Johnson a ‘coward’ and questioned his leadership credentials during a bad-tempered exchange over allegations of sleaze in the Conservative party during prime minister’s questions on Wednesday. The prime minister hit back by questioning alleged payments the Labour leader had taken for legal work in addition to his role as an MP, before being rebuked by the Speaker, Lindsay Hoyle

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