An anti-Brexit holidaymaker confronted the prominent leave activist after being hit by a 30-hour delay that she said had been “exacerbated” by Britain’s exit from the EU.
Former Labor councilor Candida Jones, who also works for a Labor peer, reprimanded the former minister for his part in Brexit in line at Athens International Airport last night.
Mr Gove, who has recently been divorced, was pictured standing alone in the same row, but it is believed he was not on the same flight to Gatwick.
Ms Jones tweeted yesterday: ‘Almost 30 hours delay on our easyJet flight now.
“I have been told that the problem is a lack of staff due to the pandemic which, in the case of the UK, is being exacerbated by #Brexit. So it’s at least some consolation to see Arch Brexiteer (Michael Gove) getting caught up in the same sh**show #BrexitChaos #BrexitShambles’.