British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said in a private appeal to Conservative MPs that the UK owes its success to vaccination against greed and capitalism. guardian Be aware. The Prime Minister welcomed the fact that more than 28 million people had already received the first dose of the vaccine in the island country. He added to that his ominous statements, then tried to withdraw his statements and made some joking remarks.
Downing Street did not deny what was said, but there was no comment. The opposition deputies denounced the words of the Prime Minister.
Some of the callers wanted to give context to Johnson’s statement that the prime minister spoke generally about how large pharmaceutical companies were able to produce vaccines safely and quickly and had nothing to do with the discussion with the European Union about vaccine exports.
However, there is a risk of escalating tensions with Brussels. Boris Johnson has previously tried to avoid this hassle Mingling with European leaders, despite being in the Union Banning the export of the vaccine Threatens.
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