FURIOUS Tory MPs have rounded on Boris Johnson's "baffling" Covid Plan B rules and predicted he'll face a "record" Commons rebellion on them.
Angry backbenchers described the new restrictions as "ineffective and discriminatory" and even suggested they've been introduced to distract from the row over the No 10 Christmas Party.
The PM's announcement that Brits will have to work from home and flash vaccine passports to enter major events sparked an extraordinary backlash.
Health secretary Sajid Javid was heckled with cries of "shame on you" and "resign" as the unveiled the measures to the Commons.
And they triggered a tsunami of criticism from furious Tory MPs who have blasted the “tyrannical” and “baffling” restrictions.
In astonishing scenes, top Tory William Wragg openly accused the PM of imposing the rules as a “diversionary tactic” to distract from the huge row over a lockdown-breaking party No10 aides had in Downing Street last December.
Boris Johnson’s ‘baffling’ Covid Plan B rules slammed by furious MPs as he says ‘don’t go to work, but do go to parties’
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