Ashley Cain's grieving partner Safiyya Vorajee slams Matt Hancock affair after her family 'followed rules' with Azaylia

ASHLEY Cain’s grieving partner Safiyya Vorajee has taken to social media to slam Matt Hancock for ‘breaking rules.’

It comes after the devastating loss of the couple’s eight-month old baby Azaylia, with strict lockdown measures in place during their time spent in hospital.

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Safiyya, 34, said: "I was just in mid conversation and thought I’d share it with you guys about the whole Matt Hancock situation.

"And I feel really disheartened that this has all come to light about what he’s done really, because being in a hospital for such a long time and following all these restrictions and not being able to do so much and having time with your family together…

“And then seeing him doing what he did is so disappointing.”

Safiyya then asked her followers to share their thoughts on the scandal.

Following the shocking revelation of the Health Secretary’s cheating scandal, grieving members of the public have written to Prime Minister Boris Johnson to condemn his decision to keep Matt Hancock in his job.

Describing it as a “slap in the face”, Hannah Brady slammed the disgraced politician for having “treated bereaved families with contempt.”

Hannah – who lost her father Shaun, 55, to the virus – told the Mirror: “Up and down the country, bereaved families have been doing everything they can to follow the rules and prevent further loss of life.

“For bereaved families to know that the man responsible for public health in this country, was ignoring the rules whilst we were unable to hug friends and family at our loved ones funerals, is heartbreaking.

The heartbroken daughter added: “For Boris Johnson to keep him in his position is a slap in the face to bereaved families.”

Meanwhile, Safiyya recently admitted that she was "numb" and will "never be the same again" in an emotional tribute to her little girl.

The couple laid their daughter to rest last month following her tragic passing in April.

The devoted parents were sure to give Azaylia the send-off she deserved, and were moved as locals lined the streets to pay their respects as the horse-drawn carriage carrying her coffin passed.

At the beginning of April, heartbroken Ashley and Safiyya revealed that doctors had told them they could no longer treat Azaylia's leukaemia, which she was diagnosed with at just eight weeks old.

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