Trump boosts Boris Johnson as he shoots down Corbyn's NHS claim
Tuesday, 3 December 2019 () President Trump on Tuesday gave British Prime Minister Boris Johnson a boost in his party's fight for re-election, as he shot down a central claim by the left-wing Labour Party that the country’s National Health Service (NHS) would be “sold off” to American companies as part of a post-Brexit trade deal.
Boris Johnson was asked by a reporter why he is avoiding being photographed with Donald Trump as he arrived for a meeting of Nato leaders in Hertfordshire. The prime minister responded, saying: "I'm going to be photographed with every possible leader at Nato." Report by Jonesia. Like us on Facebook...
Jeremy Corbyn has mocked Boris Johnson's NHS plans during a rally in Bedford. The leader of the Labour Party said it was "no way to govern" referring to the PM's promise to build 40 hospitals without..
World leaders attending the Nato summit have been caught smirking conspiratorially while apparently discussing Donald Trump - with Boris Johnson and Emmanuel... WorldNews Also reported by •Deutsche Welle