Johnson squirms as lies, cuts and failures on children’s services are exposed
Cowardly Boris Johnson fled from an interview with the BBC’s Andrew Neil – though that backfired badly. He fled from an interview with ITV’s Julie Etchingham. He has been in hiding from any interviewer he and his handlers think might expose him.
But cowards and liars – he is both – get caught out.
And so it was today as Johnson visited a playing field in Greater Manchester – only to be nailed and exposed like a beetle on a specimen board by north-west regional ITV correspondent Hannah Miller:
Ms Miller refused to accept Johnson’s glib nonsense or to allow him to skim over his and his party’s guilt with meaningless numbers.
Johnson is right to be terrified of the ‘big beasts’ of television interviews – but if his minders want to keep him safe from exposure they need to keep him in complete hiding.
When your dishonesty and lack of integrity are as toweringly huge as Boris Johnson’s, any kind of decent journalism is going to expose them.
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