George Floyd’s dying ‘inexcusable’: Boris Johnson

LONDON: British Prime Minister Boris Johnson says the dying of George Floyd was “inexcusable” and he understands why individuals are protesting.
In his first public feedback on the turmoil roiling the US, Johnson instructed lawmakers “what occurred in the US was appalling, it was inexcusable, all of us noticed it on our screens and I completely perceive folks’s proper to protest what came about.” He added “protest ought to happen in a lawful and affordable approach.” Johnson, who has sought to nurture shut ties with President Donald Trump as he leads the UK out of the European union, deflected calls from the opposition to droop exports of tear gasoline and rubber bullets to the US.
Johnson says all British arms exports complied with the nation’s human rights obligations, “and the UK is presumably probably the most scrupulous nation in that respect on the earth.” Most British law enforcement officials don’t carry weapons, although armed models have been concerned in a number of deadly shootings lately.


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