Labour leader Keir Starmer took a very subtle dig at Dominic Cummings and Boris Johnson on Monday when he posed with a beer that had been named after the Tory advisers infamous trip to Barnard Castle during lockdown.
As pubs and restaurants reopened across England with social distancing measures in place, leading to some unruly scenes, Starmer visited a Brewdog pub (the craft beer equivalent of Wetherspoons) in Tower Hill, London, thanking the company that has helped make hand santiser during the pandemic.
BrewDog might have had their first weekend back serving customers but they never stopped working. They’ve helped in… https://t.co/Esw6CnAIRW
No comment on the lack of social distancing in that clip but if the government say that it's ok for everyone to go to the pub despite there being no end in sight to the pandemic then public might as well be able to mock them while enjoying a nice beverage.