Johnson confronted by parent of sick child over state of NHS

An angry parent of a sick baby told Boris Johnson the NHS was being destroyed during a confrontation in a hospital corridor.

Omar Salem claimed there were not enough doctors and nurses as he tackled the Prime Minister.

In a conversation lasting around two minutes, he said the situation was “not acceptable”.

Mr Johnson was visiting Whipps Cross University Hospital in north-east London when he was challenged by Mr Salem – a Labour activist – on a children’s ward.

He said the situation was “not acceptable” and told the Prime Minister: “There…
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