Boris Johnson took the mobile phone from the critical journalist

Episode has created more focus on health care in the last phase of the british campaign. The british prime minister, Boris Johnson, has been criticised after

Boris Johnson took the mobile phone from the critical journalist

Episode has created more focus on health care in the last phase of the british campaign.

The british prime minister, Boris Johnson, has been criticised after he the campaign atmosphere last phase has taken off after a reporter's cell phone and put it in your pocket.

It came to pass, when the reporter asked him to see a photo of a sick boy, who slept on the floor in one of the country's overcrowded hospitals.

the Episode up to the uk parliamentary elections on Thursday has reinforced the debate about the problems in the health sector.

Johnson's conservative party stands to win a majority at the elections on Thursday, according to the polls. It is expected to lead to the british leaving the EU 31. January.

But the labour party the Labour party hope to win new terrain because of Johnson's reaction to the reporter who asked a question of the country's hospitals.

- he refuses to look at a photo of a diseased child, because of the conservative cuts in The National Health services (NHS), is a new low for the prime minister, says Labour's sundhedsordfører, Jonathan Ashworth, the news agency Press Association.

Labour's leader, Jeremy Corbyn, said in a statement that it is "a scandal".

- To a four-year boy can't get a hospital bed because of the overcrowded institutions is a "scandal".

Johnson, who later looked at the photograph of the four-year-old boy and gave the reporter his phone back, apologize to all that have had a bad experience in the health sector.

The conservative health minister, Matt Hancock, was on Tuesday in Leeds to apologize for the lack of hospital beds.

One study, which was reported in the british media on Tuesday, shows that thousands of patients die while waiting for operations, as a matter of urgency.

The non-published study, prepared by two doctors in the british health sector, show that 5449 patients have died in the past three years, after waiting for six to 11 hours on a hospital bed after the accident or sudden serious illness.

/ritzau/AFP

Updated Date: 10 December 2019, 21:00

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