Keir tries to talks a good game on the NHS, yet he doesn’t have the guts to say whether he would stand on the picket line if strike action happened.
An LBC reporter asked the Labour leader whether he would stand with the NHS staff on the picket line if strike action happened.
Keir altogether avoided the question by saying the NHS don’t want to go on strike and that it was Boris Johnson’s fault that this could happen.
The LBC reporter tried for a second time, saying, you avoided answering my question. Would you stand on the picket line if there was strike action?
Again Keir didn’t have the balls to say whether he would or not, avoiding the question for the second time.
It’s evident that Keir avoided the question on strike action, so it doesn’t affect him in the coming election. Labour will say anything to win your vote even if it means misleading you.
Keir is all waffle, without the syrup, All talk and no action and cannot be trusted on what he says.