New video shows Boris Johnson was met with fresh boos as he left St Paul’s service

The Prime Minister and his wife Carrie were met with a chorus of boos and jeers as they attended the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Thanksgiving service at St Paul’s Cathedral today

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

A new video has emerged of the embattled Prime Minister Boris Johnson being pelted with more taunts as he walks out of St Paul’s Cathedral.

The Tory leader, under fire, can be heard howling from the iconic building hours after he was hit with a cane upon his arrival this morning.

But as the clip shows, it wasn’t just on the way to St Paul’s that the Prime Minister was forced to hear the British public’s views on his leadership.

Crowds could be heard with loud whistles as Mr Johnson walked up the steps with his wife Carrie at his side.

Incredibly – despite the overwhelming evidence to suggest otherwise – Culture Secretary Nadine Dorries was adamant that he was actually only cheered when he walked in.

Crowds could be heard hooting and whistling as the Prime Minister walked up the steps of St Paul’s Cathedral



She was roundly mocked for claiming everyone misheard what actually happened.

“There was much, much more cheering, but that doesn’t make a good headline,” she insisted on Twitter.

But she was quickly scolded by social media users after her head-scratching claim.

In a brutal response, author Jim Felton said, “Real question; are you aware of the fact that other people can hear sounds?”

A new video has now emerged of the Prime Minister leaving the iconic building



He later uploaded a photo of Prince Louis with his hands over his ears on the royal balcony, shouting to himself during the flyby, and captioned it, “Nadine Dorries overhears Boris being booed.”

Another Twitter user told her, “They just screamed booooooooris!”

A poll was then conducted following Mr Dorries’ tweet, with 98 per cent of the 8,000 voters saying he was booed.

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”.

Johnson greeted the waiting crowd – with many boos in response



A number of personalities took to social media to point out the mockery, with broadcaster Victoria Derbyshire tweeting: “The Prime Minister, arriving with his wife Carrie for the Platinum Thanksgiving Service at St Paul’s Cathedral, is greeted by some in the crowd booed.”

More than 400 people later witnessed the Prime Minister reading from the New Testament at the service, which focused on celebrating the monarch’s 70-year reign.

Quoting a passage from Philippians 4:8, Mr Johnson said: “Whatever is true, whatever is honorable, whatever is just, whatever is pure, whatever is agreeable, whatever is praiseworthy…think about these things.”

The boos come after months of controversy for the Prime Minister and the Tory government after a string of foul No 10 parties during lockdown.

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