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Boris Johnson confronted at hospital by furious dad over 'NHS being destroyed'

Daily Record Wednesday, 18 September 2019
Boris Johnson confronted at hospital by furious dad over 'NHS being destroyed'In a two-minute confrontation, Labour activist Omar Salem told the PM his seven-day-old daughter "nearly died yesterday" and the NHS is being "destroyed" before adding: "Would you like that for your own children?"
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Prime Minister Boris Johnson was challenged by the an irate parent while visiting Whipps Cross University Hospital in Leytonstone, east London. The man said his daughter had nearly died and that the hospital is understaffed, adding that "the NHS is being destroyed".

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