BRITS face yet another uncertain Christmas amid Covid and supply chain chaos, Boris Johnson has admitted.
Asked if things will be back to normal this year, the PM, left yesterday, could only offer hope that “we certainly don’t want or expect to have to do anything like last Christmas”.
Speaking from New York, Mr Johnson compared the economic recovery to ‘the big thaw’ after water in pipes had frozen[/caption]
He added that cancelling festivities “is very much not the plan” amid fears of empty shelves and overwhelmed hospitals.
Speaking from New York, Mr Johnson compared the economic recovery to “the big thaw” after water in pipes had frozen.
He said: “That’s when you have the problems and the leaks and difficulties.”
But he insisted: “We’re going to fix it.”
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