A song criticizing Boris Johnson topped the British charts

A song criticizing Prime Minister Boris Johnson, which included foul language, topped the charts in Great Britain on Christmas. It was reported by the portal Louder on December 21.

The song with the obscene title by The Kunts is currently the second most downloaded song in the country on iTunes and Amazon.

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

It is noted that the title of number one single for Christmas is special. Past winners have included songs by The Beatles, Pink Floyd and Rage Against The Machine.

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

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

Amid this news, a number of countries have announced the suspension of air travel to the United Kingdom