British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak appeared before the UK COVID Inquiry on Monday, December 11th, to answer questions about the government's handling of the pandemic. During his testimony, Sunak dismissed claims of dysfunction within former Prime Minister Boris Johnson's cabinet.
Sunak faced questions about the government's response to the COVID-19 pandemic, including accusations of delays in implementing key decisions and a lack of coordination between different departments. He denied any suggestions of dysfunction within the cabinet, maintaining that there was a "strong sense of collective responsibility."
Audio Clip of Sunak's Testimony: