Richard Tice criticizes Zahawi’s use of masks in the face of student revolt, saying, “You bottled it.”


Richard Tice criticizes Zahawi’s use of masks in the face of student outrage, saying, “You bottled it.”

Richard Tice, the leader of the Reform Party, chastised Nadhim Zahawi for introducing face masks in schools to combat the threat of a COVID-19 Omicron outbreak.

Richard Tice weighed in on Education Secretary Nadhim Zahawi’s decision to make face masks mandatory in schools, gushing about the growing number of students who are reportedly protesting by refusing to wear them.

Mr Tice, the Reform Party’s leader, slammed Mr Zahawi’s approach, saying he “bottled it” and that he lacks leadership and courage in certain areas.

Mr Tice said he couldn’t see past Mr Zahawi’s desire to assert control, but warned him that his determination could jeopardize the education of “millions of schoolchildren” in a damning verdict.

Mr Tice raised alarm bells when he claimed that 90% of children in some schools in the North West of England are fed up with their lives being dictated by what they consider to be unnecessary rules.

“It’s really serious, it’s tragic that millions of schoolchildren’s educations are being harmed and damaged without any justification whatsoever to protect people who have all been double and triple jabbed,” he told Mike Graham on TalkRADIO.

“Wait, what are we doing here? Is it just a matter of control?”

“I believe it is a union ploy involving some Department of Education civil servants.”

“And you see, it’s a lack of courage, a lack of leadership on the part of Nadhim Zahawi, the head of the Department of Education.”

“There would have been no masks if he had stood firm and said, ‘No masks!’

That’s all there is to it.

“But he didn’t, he bottled it!” exclaims the narrator.

Mr Zahawi described the use of facemasks in schools as a game-changer in the fight against the new COVID-19 Omicron variant that is sweeping the country.

Mr Tice, on the other hand, did not sing from the same hymn book and praised the students for their perseverance and determination.

“What I was delighted about was that guess who showed leadership? The schoolchildren!” he said.

“I read that in a number of schools in the North West, over 90% of students have said, ‘We will not put up with this any longer, we are refusing.’

“Brinkwire News Summary.”


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