Nadine Dorries claims ‘more applause than boos’ for Boris Johnson, who is being ridiculed by newscasters

The outspoken culture minister tweeted a newspaper account of the taunts directed at the prime minister at the royal event

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Queen’s Jubilee: Boris Johnson and Carrie booed as they leave St Paul’s

Nadine Dorries has claimed that Boris Johnson received “more applause than boos” when he arrived at the platinum jubilee Thanksgiving service yesterday.

The outspoken culture minister tweeted a newspaper account of the taunts directed at the prime minister at the royal event.

But she wrote: “There was much, much more cheering but that doesn’t make a good headline does it?”

But ITV News Royal Editor shot back: “The facts are, and I was there, the boos were very loud indeed. You can’t escape that. Reporters are there to report. Don’t invent things.”

As the Prime Minister walked up the steps of St Paul’s Cathedral with his wife Carrie, crowds could be heard jeering and whistling, although there were also cheers from some onlookers.







Upon entering the church, the Prime Minister was loudly booed and whistled
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A BBC commentator said: “The Prime Minister arrives with his wife. There’s quite a bit of booing. A significant amount.”

They added, “We haven’t heard that from any other VIP guests, that’s fair to say.”

The Prime Minister was also subjected to more abuse and boos as he left the service, with one person saying “piss off Boris”.

A second video later emerged showing the Prime Minister being booed again as he left the service.







The Prime Minister was also verbally abused as he left the event
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Viewer Clement Jacquemin said he booed Boris Johnson as he left St Paul’s Cathedral in London because “he’s a disgrace”.

A Labor source said: “I don’t know if a Tory PM has ever been booed by a crowd of dedicated royalists but it feels like he’s lost the dressing room.”

Mr Jacquemin said Brexit and Partygate were behind his objection to Mr Johnson and that the Prime Minister should have “stayed at home, let himself be forgotten and the British public enjoyed this day”.

During the service, Mr. Johnson gave a Bible reading from Philippians 4 of the New Testament, which reads, “Whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure … think about such things .”

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