Davey raises concerns PM misled Parliament over change in slogan

Parliamentary news
Acting Leader of the Liberal Democrats Ed Davey has raised concerns that the Prime Minister has misled Parliament regarding his response to his question yesterday on the changing of the Government's slogan, calling on Boris Johnson to correct the record urgently. Yesterday, Ed Davey asked the Prime Minister to confirm reports that neither the chief medical officer nor the chief scientific adviser signed off yesterday’s shift in the public health message from “Stay at home” to “Stay alert”?" - which the Prime Minister denied. However, at the press conference yesterday evening both Professor Chris Whitty, the chief medical officer for England, and Sir Patrick Vallance, the chief scientific adviser, refused to confirm they directly signed off the new slogan. Following this, Ed Davey has today written a letter to the Prime Minister stating that "if you have misled Parliament, inadvertently or otherwise, that this is…
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