Angela Rayner mocks Conservatives in Labour conference speech

Angela rayner mocks conservatives in labour conference speech

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Deputy Labour leader Angela Rayner gave the closing speech to end the Labour party conference in Liverpool. Rayner urged her party to celebrate its achievements in government, noting the NHS, the open university, outlawing racial discrimination and introducing equal pay. The deputy leader used her speech to delegates to mock members of the Conservative party, including three previous prime ministers. Addressing Boris Johnson, she said ‘I do owe him one apology. I said he couldn’t organise a booze up in a brewery. Turns out he could organise a booze up pretty much anywhere’

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