Downing Street’s £2.6 million briefing room got panned – 17 scathing takedowns
They've taken two and a half million quid out of the pockets of our nurses to pay for this?
Are they taking the p**s? https://t.co/b76ClqjnaB
— Angela Rayner 😷 (@AngelaRayner) March 15, 2021
WHAT THERE ISN’T MONEY FOR:
A proper pay rise for nurses
WHAT THERE IS MONEY FOR:
£2.6m for a My First Briefing Room set pic.twitter.com/6oLrv0XI1J
— David Schneider (@davidschneider) March 15, 2021
Decent of them to design a set that makes it easy for the internet to chromakey stuff onto it. https://t.co/d0frDAlrER
— Chris Addison💙 (@mrchrisaddison) March 15, 2021
2.6 mil and they haven’t even got a Dyson. pic.twitter.com/Xxl53hMYkN
— Tom Peck (@tompeck) March 15, 2021
£2.6m for a briefing room, and this is the podium?? pic.twitter.com/KUBTJl22eP
— Henry Mance (@henrymance) March 15, 2021
£2.6m for four flags, bit of wood panelling, some LED strip lights and a bunch of WeWork chairs.
I swear this government would find a way to pay full price at DFS. https://t.co/ERypdYwAfX
— Dai Lama (@WelshDalaiLama) March 15, 2021
— Dubzky (@dubzkis) March 15, 2021
I know a story about an Emperor and some *very* expensive new clothes… https://t.co/EdmUVUcXjj
— Joanne Harris (@Joannechocolat) March 15, 2021
Happy Toast noticed it had a very daytime TV vibe.
The new Downing Street Press briefing room looks like the set for a cheap ITV daytime talk show pic.twitter.com/MmNB48Bie7
— HappyToast ★ (@IamHappyToast) March 15, 2021
If this means we get the lie-detector results, it might just be worth the money.
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