Boris Johnson accuses Rishi Sunak of ‘failure of political judgment’

Boris Johnson accuses Rishi Sunak of 'failure of political judgment'

Boris Johnson accuses Rishi Sunak of ‘failure of political judgment’

Daily Mail says Boris Johnson believes that Chancellor Rishi Sunak was guilty of ‘a failure of political judgment’ in writing a letter to him complaining about the UK’s chaotic and restrictive travel rules, The Mail on Sunday has learned.

The Prime Minister made his remarks to MP allies after a note written by the Chancellor a month ago found its way into the public domain last weekend – shortly before the infamous ‘traffic light’ rules were reviewed on Thursday. 

In his letter, Mr Sunak said that the UK was ‘out of step’ with the rest of the world.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9872591/Boris-Johnson-accuses-Rishi-Sunak-failure-political-judgement.html


 

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