Birmingham news Adil Ray snaps 'whose idea was that' at Sir Keir Starmer in tense row PremierLeague-News.Com
PremierLeague-News.Com - During Tuesday’s Good Morning Britain, ITV presenters Susanna Reid and Adil Ray invited Sir Keir Starmer onto the show to talk about the upcoming election
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Sir Keir Starmer found himself being grilled by Adil Ray and Susanna Reid over a "bizarre" John Lewis photo opp last week. During Tuesday’s Good Morning Britain, ITV presenters Susanna Reid and Adil Ray invited Sir Keir Starmer onto the show to talk about the upcoming election. Susanna asked: "Can you just explain to me, why you were in the wallpaper department of John Lewis?" "How does that help the voters of Hartlepool?" she added. "Well I will tell you what that was all about," said Sir Keir, adding: "That was about whether the Prime Minister was being..." "I think Susanna is getting at..
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. whose idea was it for that photo opportunity in John Lewis?" asked Adil. He added: "We can discuss the issues and quite rightly, speak to politicians but it was a little bit bizarre, strange that with so much to do, you and your team decided you had time to drop anything and find your nearest John Lewis store. "Whose idea was that?" Addressing his recent trip to John Lewis, Starmer began: “You’re missing a very important point here and that there is a growing feeling that at the top of Government there’s a sense, a general sense that the rules don’t really apply to them.
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“Whether that’s contracts for mates, the Prime Minister and other senior ministers, this sense that there’s one rule for them and another rule for everybody else. “That goes very strongly against the British instinct and people don’t like it and understandably if people have gone through the pandemic and they’re self-employed, the idea that others can directly access senior ministers when they’re struggling on the front line. “There’s something very wrong about that.”
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