Angela Rayner: ‘Rishi Sunak was too weak’ on PPE scandal

Angela rayner: 'rishi sunak was too weak' on ppe scandal

Daily Mail published this video item, entitled “Angela Rayner: ‘Rishi Sunak was too weak’ on PPE scandal” – below is their description.

Rishi Sunak faced accusations of weakness over his failure to withdraw the Tory whip from Baroness Michelle Mone over allegations around a firm awarded contracts for personal protective equipment (PPE) during the coronavirus pandemic. Lady Mone intends to take a leave of absence from the House of Lords to “clear her name” over the allegations “unjustly” levelled against her. But Labour deputy leader Angela Rayner said the Prime Minister should have acted against the high-profile peer over her alleged links to a firm awarded lucrative PPE deals.

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