Dominic Cummings on plan to 'get rid' of Boris Johnson
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Boris Johnson was cut off by Speaker Sir Lindsay Hoyle as MPs in the House of Commons were struggling to hear him. The Prime Minister, who is self-isolating after being pinged by the NHS Covid app last week, joined PMQs remotely from Chequers. He then repeatedly asked if he could be heard by Sir Lindsay which did not receive any response.
Interrupting Mr Johnson, Sir Lindsay said: “Just a moment, we’re really struggling on the sound level.
“I don’t know whether we can actually have the sound level turned up so we can hear the Prime Minister.”
He added: “Thank you Prime Minister, otherwise you’ve got a great stand-in who is quite desperate but I want to hear this Prime Minister.”
Mr Johnson asked: “Do you want me to have another go, Mr Speaker?
“Can you hear me, Mr Speaker?”
The technical issues were resolved soon after.
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