Boris Johnson snatched away a reporter's phone when he tried to show him a photo of a 4-year-old boy forced to lie on a hospital floor
- Boris Johnson snatched away a reporter's phone when he tried to show the prime minister a photo of a 4-year-old boy forced to lie on a pile of coats in hospital.
- The prime minister refused to look at the photo and then took it away from the reporter and put it in his pocket.
- The photo came as recent statistics show the National Health Service struggling to cope.
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Watch Boris Johnson grab a reporter's phoneJohnson said he had "every sympathy" for the child, whose picture was revealed by the Daily Mirror on Monday.
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Tried to show @BorisJohnson the picture of Jack Williment-Barr. The 4-year-old with suspected pneumonia forced to lie on a pile of coats on the floor of a Leeds hospital.- Joe Pike (@joepike) December 9, 2019
The PM grabbed my phone and put it in his pocket: @itvcalendar #GE19 pic.twitter.com/hv9mk4xrNJ
Monday's @DailyMirror front page.- Pippa Crerar (@PippaCrerar) December 8, 2019
Mum Sarah Williment, who is voting Labour for first time in her life, says: "I'm angry at the lack of funding and the lack of beds because I think that is failing our children."https://t.co/spDT9On5Z9 pic.twitter.com/3XQYuBfXHs
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