The song criticized by Boris Johnson went to the leaders of the British charts

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In the UK, a song criticizing Prime Minister Boris Johnson, containing obscene language, has become the leader of the Christmas charts. This was announced on December 21 by the Louder portal.

The song with the obscene name of the group The Kunts currently ranks second in the country in terms of the number of downloads on iTunes and Amazon.

The leader of the Christmas charts is “Don’t Stop Me Eatin” by LadBaby. However, a song about Johnson could squeeze it out and become the number one Christmas in the UK.

It is noted that the title of the number one single for Christmas is special. Among the winners of the past years were songs by The Beatles, Pink Floyd, Rage Against The Machine.

On December 14, UK Health Minister Matt Hancock announced that a new, mutated variant of the coronavirus had been identified in the country. At that time, about 1,000 infections with the new strain were noted in the south of the country.

As the Prime Minister of the country Boris Johnson said, a new strain of coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 identified in the south of Great Britain is more infectious. According to the politician, the initial signs of the spread of the new variant of the virus indicate that it is 70% more infectious than the original strain.

Against the backdrop of this news, a number of countries announced the suspension of flights with the United Kingdom, including Russia.

In addition, a new strain of COVID-19 has been found in a number of other countries, notably the Netherlands, Australia, Denmark and Italy.

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