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Sajid Javid ‘likes’ meme saying he planted camera which caught Hancock kiss

Sajid Javid ‘liked’ the meme about him planting a camera to watch Matt Hancock after it was uploaded by columnist Matt Chorley

Matt Hancock really is getting it from all sides. 

Since news of his affair broke last week, it seems everyone in Britain has been having a pop at the former health secretary.

Protestors on the streets of London donned Hancock masks and demanded his arrest at the weekend while Lorraine Kelly said she wouldn’t go near him if he was ‘the last man on earth’. 

Piers Morgan called him ‘outrageous and pathetic’ and branded him a ‘hypocrite’ for breaking his own social distancing rules to have an affair with aide Gina Coladangelo.

Now even the man replacing him seems to be joining in on the ribbing. 

It comes after Sajid Javid ‘liked’ a tweet yesterday which jokingly suggested he planted the camera in Hancock’s office which caught his now infamous clinch.

The tweet uploaded by The Times columnist Matt Chorley features an image of Mr Javid sitting next to Boris Johnson and pointing at a computer screen, saying: ‘And that’s where I put the camera’.

Sajid Javid's Twitter profile revealed he had 'liked' the tweet poking fun at his predecessor on Monday night

Sajid Javid’s Twitter profile revealed he had ‘liked’ the tweet poking fun at his predecessor on Monday night (Picture: Twitter)
In his first speech to the House of Commons yesterday, Mr Javid said the UK had to be realistic in its fight against coronavirus (Picture: PA)

Mr Javid, who has since unliked the tweet, was announced as the new health minister on Sunday after Hancock resigned following mounting pressure. 

Just hours earlier the former chancellor had paid tribute to his predecessor saying he had ‘worked hard throughout all these testing times.’ 

Mr Javid said he ‘had a lot of work to do’ after he was appointed the top job at short notice at the weekend.

In his first speech to the House of Commons yesterday, he said the UK had to be realistic in its fight against coronavirus.

He said that we would not eliminate Covid-19 and would have to find a way to live with it.

But he was optimistic that the lockdown would be lifted as planned next month, meaning limits on social contacts would end.

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