‘I have lost my job’ | GB News speaks to nurse who said Tory voters ‘don’t deserve resuscitation’

‘i have lost my job’ | gb news speaks to nurse who said tory voters ‘don’t deserve resuscitation’

GBNews published this video item, entitled “‘I have lost my job’ | GB News speaks to nurse who said Tory voters ‘don’t deserve resuscitation’” – below is their description.

‘I have lost my job, but I think it was right of them to do so.’

In a GB News exclusive, Ben Leo speaks to Miranda Hughes, a nurse who said Tory voters ‘don’t deserve to be resuscitated’ by the NHS.

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