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Boris Johnson Says He Would Not Take The Knee For Black Lives Matter

1 month ago   |   By Huffington Post

Coronavirus has changed everything. Make sense of it all with the Waugh Zone, our evening politics briefing. Sign up now. Boris Johnson has suggested he would not take the knee to show support for the Black Lives Matter movement, saying he does not believe in “gestures”. Speaking on LBC on Friday morning, the prime minister said: “I do not believe in gestures, I believe in substance.” “I don't want people to be bullied into doing things they don't necessarily want to do,” he said. Asked if he wanted to see better black representation at the top of the government, Johnson said “of course we...
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Boris would not take the knee for Black Lives Matter as ‘I don't believe in gestures

Boris would not take the knee for Black Lives Matter as ‘I don't believe in gestures

1 month ago   |   By Metro

Boris Johnson suggested he would not ‘take the knee' in solidarity with the black Lives Matter Movement
Boris Johnson suggested he would not take the knee in support of the Black Lives Matter movement, saying people shouldn't be pressured into doing things ‘they don't necessarily want to'.
The PM said he ‘does not believe in gestures' during a phone-in on LCB, adding ‘I believe in substance, I believe in doing things'.
He admitted the government needed to do more to improve the lives of black people in the UK but refused to say whether he was a ‘Raab or a Starmer' - a reference to the...
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Boris Johnson says he won't be 'bullied' into taking the knee in support of Black Lives Matter

Boris Johnson says he won't be 'bullied' into taking the knee in support of Black Lives Matter

1 month ago   |   By Business Insider

Boris Johnson refuses to take the knee in support of Black Lives Matter.
Opposition Labour party leader Keir Starmer took the knee in support of the movement earlier this month.
But the UK prime minister says he won't be "bullied" into doing the same.
"I don't believe in gestures, I believe in substance," Johnson tells radio station LBC.
He admits that he has appointed no black people to his Cabinet.
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Boris Johnson has said he won't be "bullied" into taking the knee in support of Black Lives Matter protests because "I don't believe in...
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Boris Johnson says he would not take knee for Black Lives Matter as he ‘doesn't believe in gestures'

Boris Johnson says he would not take knee for Black Lives Matter as he ‘doesn't believe in gestures'

1 month ago   |   By The Sun


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Boris Johnson says he would not take the knee: 'I don't believe in gestures'

1 month ago   |   By The Independent

Boris Johnson has said he would not take the knee, a symbol of support for Black Lives Matter protests, saying he does not believe in "gestures."
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