As he plans his book ‘How I Won the Covid War,’ bereaved families urge Matt Hancock to ‘have some humility.’

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As he prepares to publish ‘How I Won the Covid War,’ bereaved families urge Matt Hancock to ‘have some humility.’

‘It’s hard not to feel like our loved ones were used as cannon fodder if he thinks he’s ‘won the Covid war,” families said.

As Matt Hancock prepares to write a book with the working title “How I Won The Covid War,” the families of those who died as a result of Covid-19 are urging him to “have some humility.”

According to The Daily Mail, the former Health Secretary is eyeing a £100,000 book deal on the crisis, and plans to write a tell-all about his “heroic” role in the UK vaccine campaign.

The six-figure deal is said to be in the works with HarperCollins.

“I’ve been approached to write a book,” Mr Hancock told the Mail last night. “But no decisions have been made.”

Mr Hancock, according to Lobby Akinnola of Covid-19 Bereaved Families for Justice, is “cashing in” on the tragedy.

Mr. Akinnola told me about his father, Olufemi Akinnola, who died of Covid after going to work as a carer wearing only a scarf and gloves because he didn’t have proper PPE.

Mr Akinnola said, “The fact that Matt Hancock thinks it’s appropriate for bereaved families to have to listen to his spin on their loved ones’ deaths before the truth comes out via the inquiry says everything about the attitude of the man who oversaw the “worst UK public health failure ever.”

“You’d think that the Health Secretary, who presided over one of the world’s highest death tolls, would be humble and seek to reflect on the many lives lost rather than try to profit from the tragedy.”

“It’s hard not to feel like our loved ones were used as cannon fodder if he thinks he’s ‘won the Covid war.'”

Dominic Cummings, a former Downing Street aide, has slammed Mr Hancock’s performance.

When testifying before a Commons inquiry into the pandemic, Mr Cummings said Mr Hancock “should have been fired multiple times.”

In a leaked WhatsApp message, the Prime Minister called him “totally f**king hopeless.”

When he was discovered to have broken lockdown rules during an affair with his old university friend and Government aide, Gina Colangelo, the Prime Minister was said to have been close to firing him in April 2020, before removing him from office.

As he prepares to publish ‘How I Won the Covid War,’ bereaved families urge Matt Hancock to ‘have some humility.’

Bereaved families urge Matt Hancock to ‘have some humility’ as he plans book ‘How I Won the Covid War’

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