Chris Whitty accused of being a ‘liar’ in ‘appalling’ video

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  • The Telegraph published this video item, entitled “Chris Whitty accused of being a ‘liar’ in ‘appalling’ video” – below is their description.

    MPs have rallied around Chris Whitty after a video that appears to show England’s Chief Medical Officer being subjected to verbal abuse in the street.

    The footage, which is undated, was taken at Westminster’s Strutton Ground market and uploaded to TikTok.

    A young man holding the cameraphone can be heard repeatedly saying “you’re a liar”. Prof Whitty does not respond and puts on a face mask.

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