Angela Rayner urged to apologise for IEA accusations

IEA Chairman Neil Record quoted in the Daily Express

IEA Chairman Neil Record has demanded Deputy Labour Leader Angela Rayner apologise for accusations she made about the IEA and Matt Hancock following an IEA report ‘Viral Myths’ which was critical of the NHS’s performance during the pandemic. Rayner claimed the IEA bank rolled the Health Secretary in a tweet following the release of the report.

Neil Record said claims the IEA “bankrolled” Mr Hancock are “simply false” and has demanded Rayner to “publicly apologise” for the allegations.

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