"If Boris Johnson's decision to appear at Sunday's press conference was an attempt to close down the story about Dominic Cummings' behaviour, it failed completely," writes
Questions not answered -What did PM know and when? -Did DC stop en route? -Did he go to Barnard Castle? -How can "self isolation" possibly cohere with long-distance travel? -Did his child receive childcare? -How can it possibly be said that DC's actions "suppressed the virus"?
“I can totally get why people might feel so confused and so offended by the idea ‘it’s one thing for people here, and one for the others’” PM Boris Johnson says the measures his top aide Dominic Cummings took were legal and responsible Latest: http://bbc.in/2Zz1cRd https://picsoci.com/tweet/ljGkCnnQUf
Prime Minister Boris Johnson confirms the government intends for some schools in England to reopen on 1 June, with secondary schools to provide “some contact” from 15 June He says the "final decision will be taken as part of the formal review” on Thursday http://bbc.in/2Zz1cRd https://picsoci.com/tweet/uXUKDELcjW
"Surely the PM should stand up for the millions of people in Britain and not back his closest adviser" Acting Lib Dem Co-leader Ed Davey calls for Dominic Cummings' departure, calling him a "distraction" during this "national crisis of untold proportions" https://bbc.in/3bY1lk2 https://picsoci.com/tweet/0u4Fn7PQ7o
"It is tough to lose a trusted adviser at the height of crisis, but when it’s a choice of that or integrity of vital public health advice, the latter must come first" Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon joins calls for Dominic Cummings' resignation https://bbc.in/3efz6i9 https://picsoci.com/tweet/rerJNLs2U1
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