The British Education Minister even commented on construction defects in schools, but one thing remains in mind from the interview: her bad language.
British Education Minister Gillian Keegan suffered an embarrassing mishap during a television interview. The Conservative politician responded to questions from broadcaster ITV on Monday about dangerous construction defects in schools; The issue has been worrying the British media for days at the beginning of the new school year.
As soon as the interview was over, the camera still rolling, he started complaining: “Has anyone ever said, ‘You did a really good job because everyone else sat on their butts and did nothing’?” What Keegan probably didn’t expect: the station released the statement.
Minister blames journalists
Shortly afterwards, in another interview, he apologized for his language. They were spontaneous statements. She declined to elaborate on who she had accused of inaction. In reality, it was the journalist’s fault who made her feel solely to blame for the misery, Keegan said.
More than 100 school buildings in England had to be fully or partially closed shortly before the start of the school year because cellular concrete was used decades ago and is now giving way.
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