- Boris Johnson says reports that he has lingering health problems after his bout of coronavirus are “self-evidence drivel” spread by people who want him to fail.
- The prime minister on Tuesday morning denied suggestions that he has not fully recovered since being taken to intensive care with the virus earlier this year.
- He said it is “the kind of seditious propaganda you’d expect from people who don’t want this government to succeed, who wanted to stop us delivering Brexit and all of our other manifesto pledges…”.
- Johnson denied the rumours in a speech to the Conservative party’s annual conference.
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Boris Johnson has accused people who claim that he continues to have lingering health problems from the coronavirus of spreading “seditious propaganda” and wanting to stop Brexit.
Speaking at the Conservative party’s virtual conference on Tuesday, the UK prime minister said widespread reports, that