‘Imagine having to work with these TRUTH TWISTERS’ says Wes Streeting after Van-Tam quit

Daily Mail published this video item, entitled “‘Imagine having to work with these TRUTH TWISTERS’ says Wes Streeting after Van-Tam quit” – below is their description.

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‘National hero’ Jonathan Van-Tam’s resignation must be linked to ‘truth-twister’ Boris Johnson’s admission he attended a lockdown-busting party, Labour hinted today.

Wes Streeting, Labour’s Shadow Secretary of State for Health, told the Commons this afternoon: ‘Can you imagine having to work with these truth twisters? JVT already has a knighthood, but working with the Prime Minister, he must have the patience of a saint’. He added that it ‘wasn’t the government resignation we were looking for’ – a nod to his repeated calls for Mr Johnson to resign.

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