Covidiot Boris Johnson has been branded ‘reckless’ for visiting a vaccine production firm in Scotland despite a coronavirus outbreak at the site.
The Prime Minister went to the Valneva plant, in Livingston, last Thursday during a controversial day trip to Scotland.
But the Daily Record revealed the visit came just 24 hours after a public health probe at the site, which uncovered 14 coronavirus cases, about one in eight of the workforce.
In the Commons SNP Westminster leader Ian Blackford blasted Johnson for his “shocking error or judgement” in visiting the plant for a risky photoshoot.
Johnson was left flummoxed by furious questions from Blackford during Prime Minister’s Questions but hit back that “nothing and no one” would stop him travelling to Scotland.
The SNP leader raised the issue in a two-barrelled blast at the PM, using all his Commons question time on the Record story.
He said: “Last week we told the…