Dominic Cummings statement – no resignation no apology
Boris Johnson‘s chief adviser Dominic Cummings gave a public statement and took questions over his trip to Durham today. He read out his statement outlining his movements saying he did it because of the safety of his family. Both adults were ill and there had been attacks on his house.
Dominic Cummings travelled 260 miles with his wife and four-year-old son to Durham on or around March 27, where he is said to have isolated for 14 days
Cummings: I do not regret driving to county durham but reasonable people may well disagree. I believed he made the right judgement
However the unusual decision for an adviser to take questions on his own actions comes amid growing pressure for him to resign. Some 20 Tory MPs have called for him to go, amid fears the scandal is harming the Government and may risk ongoing adherence to the lockdown.
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