Dyke said the country should consider postponing the upcoming General Election due to the Manchester bombing as it could influence its result.
Speaking on The Pledge on Sky News, Dyke tore into the foreign secretary’s sister’s view terror attacks should be accepted.
Johnson said: “I don’t understand the argument about not having an election. We are going to see more of these random terrorist events.
Greg Dyke said the UK should consider postponing the upcoming General Election
It’s going to be like IRA bombs, we have to incorporate them into our schedules
“It’s going to be like IRA bombs, we have to incorporate them into our schedules Greg and I think that to say we have to suspend the election and then what, when do you hold the election?
“We go through another general election campaign like this, we can’t we’ve got to stick to plan.”
But Dyke questioned the fairness of holding a General Election so close after a major atrocity.
He said: “I think we will stick to the plan. But my concern is that prime ministers in these circumstances gain an awful lot of benefit.
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“Therefore you won’t necessarily get a fair election, and this is running for the next five years.”
Johnson said it didn’t help Francois Hollande when an attack happened in France, but Dyke hit back and said it did not happen within weeks of an election.
Salman Abedi killed 22 people and injured 119 when he exploded a rucksack packed with nuts and bolts after US singer Ariana Grande’s concert at Manchester Arena.