On Thursday, British Prime Minister Borish Johson strike on with a largely Brexit-themed address even though police personnel behind him emerged to faint after waiting for him on her feet for more than an hour. 

As the trainee began to convey signs of distress, PM Modi was spotted turning around and asking, “Are you alright?

He then certainly turned around and quoted saying, “It’s alright, I’m so sorry, I think that’s a signal for me actively to wind up.”

However, PM Johnson continued speaking even after he watched the police cadre slumping down. She went up again as he finished his speech, which he was addressing to the audience. 

But he then continued speaking even after he watched her slumping down. She got up again as he finished his speech.

Boris Johson’s response has caused outrage among his opponents. 

Diane Abbott is a spokesperson of Home Affairs for the Labor Party. She was quoted saying, “PM Johnson kept these trainees waiting on their feet, and unsurprisingly, one of them appears to have felt faint.”

“He saw that happen and ignored it. Tells you everything you need to know about this man – and how much he really cares about the police service,” added Ms. Abbott. 

Boris Johnson was speaking at a police academy in Northern England’s Wakefield. 

Other critics of PM Johnson’s decision to deliver a highly-politicized speech and question-and-answer session with media in front of a class of cadets. 

Labour MP Yvette Cooper has said that “this is an abuse of power by Boris Johnson, making so many police stop their training and work to be part of his political stunt.”

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