Mr Johnson is also being criticised for having failed to set a date for an interview with the BBC's Andrew Neil.
After an interview with Brexit party leader Nigel Farage, Andrew Neil turned to the camera and put forward a series of questions he might ask Johnson if he agrees to sit down with him.
He instructed The Times: 'I hold now no longer think Andrew Neil helped himself by striking out such a public field as a result of he made it inevitable that it'd be became down'.
Neil ran by means of a string of Johnson's coverage proposals, together with the disputed figures of 50,000 new nurses, 40 new hospitals, and an additional £34bn of funding for the NHS, questioning whether or not the prime minister might be trusted to ship on his guarantees. As of now, none has been forthcoming.
This morning, a report emerged that he may miss a broadcast with the famously tough interviewer altogether. "In your name, we measure them and let the leaders be accountable".
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"There will be no goods going from GB to NI or from NI to GB because we are going to come out of the European Union whole and entire, and that was the objective that we secured". All of them. Till this one'.
In his on-air challenge to Johnson, Neil said that if the prime minister were sitting before him, he'd ask about Johnson's pledges on health care and security. We've an interview ready.
"And why, so many times in his career in journalism and politics, critics and sometimes even those near him have deemed him to be untrustworthy".
"It is, of course, relevant to what he is promising us all now". When almost 20,000 in his numbers are already working for the NHS. But only six are scheduled to be built by 2025.
'After inflation, the extra cash promised quantities to £20 billion.
"He vows that the NHS won't be on the desk in any commerce talks with America". But he vowed to the DUP, his unionist allies in Northern Ireland, that there would never be a border down the Irish Sea.
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'That's as essential to the DUP because the NHS is to the remainder of us.
As the pressure grew, Mr Neil referred last night to the "oven-ready" Brexit deal the PM promises to deliver if he wins the election.
"And what I can tell you is that with the deal that we have we can come out as one whole UK".
The political declaration literally signs us up to everything in the European Union, it would be like leaving the European Union in name only if we went ahead with that, so I think if Boris Johnson goes with no political alignment and for a free trade agreement, then I'll back him one hundred percent. Back to where we were before austerity began. But we can't, because he won't sit down with us.
When asked whether he had pulled out of a defence rally in Westminster on Friday because he feared he would be asked questions on the resignations, he said: "The day before, I did the Andrew Neil interview, so if I was anxious about questions I'd be like Boris and I'd have pulled out of that, wouldn't I?"
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