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Britons FURIOUS as sick trolls mock hospitalised Boris Johnson - 'Shame on you!'

1 month ago   |   By Daily Express

BORIS JOHNSON received a wave of online abuse last night after it was revealed the Prime Minister had been taken to intensive care as his coronavirus symptoms worsened. But Britons have hit out at the sick trolls mocking Mr Johnson, as he fights the potentially deadly virus.
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Pound Extends Gains as PM Johnson Remains in ICU but in ‘Stable' Condition

Pound Extends Gains as PM Johnson Remains in ICU but in ‘Stable' Condition

1 month ago   |   By FXCM

By Yasin Ebrahim
Investing.com - The pound extended its rally pound against the dollar on Tuesday as investors digested news that Prime Minister Boris Johnson remained in intensive care and his condition was “stable.”
GBP/USD rose 0.94% to $1.2344, to trade close to session highs of $1.2385.
U.K. Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab, who is deputizing for the prime minister, said Johnson remained in critical care but his condition was “stable” overnight.
“He's receiving standard oxygen treatment and breathing without any assistance, he's not required any mechanical ventilation or non-invasive...
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Johnson siblings' bond strong as ever as family faces toughest test

1 month ago   |   By The Guardian

Boris, Rachel, Jo and Leo remain firm friends after Brexit wobbles as PM remains in intensive care with coronavirus Coronavirus - latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage Through decades of personal and political clashes, the Johnson family seem always to have maintained a remarkable bond - and as Boris is treated in intensive care, the ties with the rest of his clan are as indelible as ever. Their ties have been tested by the most severe political storms. When the now prime minister Johnson became the face of the leave camp during the EU referendum, his siblings Rachel, Leo, and Jo...
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BBC Breakfast's Dan Walker has perfect put down for trolls abusing Boris Johnson as PM fights coronavirus in intensive care

BBC Breakfast's Dan Walker has perfect put down for trolls abusing Boris Johnson as PM fights coronavirus in intensive care

1 month ago   |   By Metro

Dan Walker slams Boris Johnson trolls as PM fights coronavirus in intensive care

Dan Walker has attacked trolls mocking Boris Johnson after the Prime Minister was rushed to intensive care with coronavirus .
Shortly after Dominic Raab assured Johnson was doing well during the daily coronavirus update conference, the 55-year-old was admitted into intensive care and put on oxygen.
Naturally, millions flooded social media with message of support for the Conservative leader, but there were also plenty of sickening messages from vile critics rinsing the PM online.
Walker summed it up perfectly...
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