Boris Johnson says he will not return to 'failed model'
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Boris Johnson has clashed with BBC Breakfast presenter Dan Walker at the Conservative Pary conference in Manchester of the cause of the ongoing shortage of lorry drivers in the UK. The BBC host argued that viewers watching would pin the problems with shortages on Brexit. Mr Johnson disagreed strongly with the BBC presenter and slapped down the idea that Britain being outside the EU was a factor behind the lack of lorries on the roads.
Mr Walker told the Prime Minister: “People watching this morning will say this is related to Brexit.
“I can hear them shouting, you can probably hear them shouting at the TV now.”
“I don’t think they are,” retorted Mr Johnson.
“I just mentioned China, to the best of my knowledge China is not in the EU.”
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