One of the UK’s most liked and respected actors has slammed Boris Johnson and the Tory Government for their handling of the COVID19 pandemic and lockdown rules. Eastenders Danny Dyer who has slammed the lockdown rules has called for working class people to run the country and not people who went to Eton.
The 43-year-old actor who is not afraid to speak his mind unlike many other celebrities said he was not happy with the way the Government was running the country.
He said: “My one rant would be that we must learn now that the people who went to Eton can’t run this country.
“They’ve done it, they’ve tried to do it with this little small group who all went to the same school in the same class, and it doesn’t work.
“I feel like some working class people, people who have lived a real life, people that are in touch with what is going on with reality, to maybe come to the front now and start getting involved in how this country’s run.”
He added: “No darling I’m too busy. I’ve got a gameshow on at the moment, I’ve got a podcast with my daughter and of course I’m in the greatest soap that’s ever been.
“So let’s just watch the government unravel themselves, and let’s just try and stay safe and not catch this thing.
“On the other side I think we’re gonna be better, strong, more considerate people for it.”
Danny Dyer said the rules that Boris Johnson and the Government have introduced are confusing.
“Just keep them simple and people will abide by it.
“We want to get out of this as quickly as possible, but as confusing as it is, it just makes it so difficult.”
Fans of the Eastenders actor have said they back his comments and have agreed that the country is fed up with the confusing lockdown rules.