How Twitter reacted to PMQs – PartyGate, Sue Gray and the PM
The highly anticipated PMQs kicked off at midday and during a rowdy visit to the Commons, the PM remained defiant, confirming he won’t resign. Labour leader Keir Starmer accused the PM of showing “nothing but contempt” for the public over Downing Street lockdown parties.
Boris Johnson said he won’t resign and insists his government “gets the big calls right” in its handling of the Covid pandemic
— WTX News (@WtxNews) January 26, 2022
Here’s how Twitter reacted.
The Tories. Eleven years. Three PMs. Achieved little. Destroyed a lot. Still blaming. Still avoiding responsibility. Still focused on party not country.
— ALASTAIR CAMPBELL (@campbellclaret) January 26, 2022
Boris Johnson really shouldn't me mocking lawyers, he might need one #PMQs
— Liam Thorp (@LiamThorpECHO) January 26, 2022
Problem with Boris Johnson is he's a liar not a leader #PMQs
— Jess Phillips MP (@jessphillips) January 26, 2022
Boris Johnson's premiership will go down as the most sleazy, deceitful and corrupt in our history.
It's a stain on our country.#PMQs
— Dr Rosena Allin-Khan 💙 (@DrRosena) January 26, 2022
When Boris goes full screech, he’s like a toddler in a supermarket aisle losing his shit.
What a dreadful, useless, weak man we have leading us. It’s embarrassing. #PMQs
— Emma Kennedy💙 (@EmmaKennedy) January 26, 2022
So we've gone from "We're waiting for Sue Gray" to "I can't comment on an ongoing police investigation".#PMQs
— Femi (@Femi_Sorry) January 26, 2022
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