Pressure on Johnson to sack adviser/handler rockets
Police have arrived at Dominic Cummings’ house in London, according to images just received by the SKWAWKBOX. Boris Johnson has been under intense pressure to sack his chief adviser/handler after Cummings drove more than 260 miles to Durham with suspected coronavirus – and reportedly on a second occasion after his recovery:
Footage of police at his front door will ‘ramp up’ (ironically) the pressure on Johnson still further – but so far, in spite of the presence of reporters, the BBC News channel has not mentioned the development so far.
Mr Cummings and Number 10 have claimed that he behaved ‘reasonably and legally’.
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