‘there remains aspects of the explanation which I have trouble with’
Moray Tory MP Douglas Ross has resigned from his position as a minister for Scotland in protest at Dominic Cummings’s excuses for his trips to and around the north-east, during lock-down and while suffering suspected coronavirus infection.
Mr Ross said that he was resigning because he was unhappy with ‘aspects of the explanation’:
The move will massively increase pressure on Boris Johnson to sack the unrepentant Cummings for actions that have endangered the public by weakening the anti-coronavirus message. Will more front-benchers follow suit?
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