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Keir Starmer backs Christmas restrictions but says PM left it too late

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Keir Starmer backs Christmas restrictions, but says PM left it too late

“Yet again, the Prime Minister waited until the 11th hour to take this decision,” the Labour leader told an online press conference.

Sir Keir Starmer has called on Boris Johnson to apologise to the public for the way the latest coronavirus restrictions had been handled.

The Labour leader told an online press conference: “I think the Prime Minister should apologise. This is not just one mistake when he has otherwise got things right. It is the same mistake over and over again.

“At the heart of the problem here is a Prime Minister who simply doesn’t want to be unpopular and therefore won’t take the tough decisions that are necessary, until he is forced into them at the 11th hour.

“We can’t go on like that. I think that it is very important that the Prime Minister does apologise to people for his handling of this episode of the pandemic.”

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Written by: YO1 Radio Web Team

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