Johnson and Sunak must go, say ‘disgusted’ families of Covid victims
The Guardian says Boris Johnson and Rishi Sunak cannot continue in their jobs, grieving relatives of Covid victims have said, after it emerged they had received fixed-penalty notices for breaching the lockdown restrictions they imposed on the UK during the pandemic.
Several people who lost loved ones said they were “disgusted” with the prime minister, after Downing Street said on Tuesday he was among those penalised.
“I just can’t see how he can continue to cling on to power,” said Jean Adamson, whose father, Aldrick, died two years ago on Friday. She said that, while Johnson had been attending lockdown-breaking parties in Downing Street, her father “died on his own, on a cold Covid ward without anyone there to hold his hand” because she and her family had followed the rules.
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