Boris Johnson, the former U.K. prime minister, is set to testify in a three-year public inquiry into his actions during the COVID-19 pandemic. The investigation, led by retired Judge Heather Hallett, will examine the U.K.’s high COVID-19 death toll of over 232,000 people. It has been agreed to by Johnson after significant pressure from grieving families who expressed dissatisfaction with the evidence surrounding his actions. Despite his difficulty in comprehending some concepts and data during his time in office, it is suggested that the challenging nature of the work involved was the primary cause of his struggles rather than a unique inability.

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