PMQs: Boris Johnson and Keir Starmer clash over rail strikes

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Keir Starmer accused Boris Johnson and Grant Shapps, the transport secretary, of failing to hold any meetings to address the biggest rail strikes in more than three decades. Johnson insisted the government was ‘doing all it can’ to prevent disruption on the railways. Starmer also referenced recent headlines suggesting Johnson tried to get his wife a job in the Foreign Office

Boris Johnson ‘hasn’t lifted a finger’ to solve rail strikes, says Keir Starmer

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