They then shared a screenshot of a 2017 article revealing that Jacob Rees-Mogg once called food banks “uplifting” and added: “If Boris Johnson needed something uplifting to walk on to, perhaps he should have used the sound of a busy food bank.”
Reacting to their statement, people on social media thought it was brilliant:
Really do hope they're not just working through the 'songs that start with the word 'Blue'' catalogue... https://t.co/BYnTUIt7IF
— Public Service Broadcasting (@Public Service Broadcasting)
@FriendlyFires Great response, well done lads. The audacity of them.
Meanwhile, to compare and contrast, Labour leader Keir Starmer walked out to Fatboy Slim’s Right Here, Right Now, for his own conference speech but when the Daily Mail tried to find out what the DJ thought of that he said: “I don’t want to chat.”
As for Johnson, it looks like those fires aren’t so friendly after all.