Medics at hospital where Boris Johnson was confronted say £350m rebuild is badly needed
“It’s a really, really good hospital, to be honest. It doesn’t get the recognition it deserves. Staff are very proud of it. But the patient was right to say what he said.”
The speaker is a nurse at Whipps Cross hospital in London, where Boris Johnson had an awkward encounter last Wednesday with the father of a seven-day-old girl about conditions there.
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