Whatever you think of Piers Morgan, he did his job here
Tory MP and social care minister Helen Whately squirmed visibly this morning when Piers Morgan wouldn’t stop asking her whether she voted against a pay rise for the nurses she claims she values so highly.
As she tried to wriggle out of a straight answer, Morgan kept asking – and when she finally admitted that she did, he listed a string of other shows of Tory contempt for NHS staff on the front-line of the battle to save patients from the coronavirus – no testing, no PPE, no protection – and played footage of Tories cheering as they won the vote to block a pay rise for NHS staff:
Love Morgan or hate him, the UK needs more of this kind of interview from its broad, instead of the usual supine acceptance of whatever misleading drivel and excuses Tory mouthpieces choose to spout – or even worse, making their arguments for them.
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