He was severely criticized Boris Johnson Former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, he is very influential in the past Dominic Cummings, Who has been involved in an increasing discussion with the London Prime Minister’s Office on a number of sensitive leakage issues, which has raised the possibility of a serious domestic political scandal. Cummings said Johnson and his office are falling far short of the standards the country deserves.
Cummings, who resigned as chief advisor at the end of 2020 after internal power wrangling, was neither a member of Johnson’s ruling Conservative Party nor of government. At the same time, he was by far the most influential non-ministerial member among government employees and had a direct influence not only on major policy issues but also on employee decisions within the government.
The leakages that have emerged in recent days include SMS text messages from Johnson and Sir James Dyson A billion-dollar industrial entrepreneur rotated last March. After the coronavirus epidemic escalated, the British government at the time asked many large companies to switch to mass production of ventilators.
According to the publicly available exchange of messages, Johnson Dyson promised to settle the tax issues that had caused a major concern to the contractor if his company became involved in the manufacture of ventilators by posting foreign workers to the UK.
Government departments accused Cummingst of leaking the exchanged messages. It is also responsible for the early leakage of plans around Downing Street that included details of a second nationwide lockdown ordered last November to curb the coronavirus pandemic.
Dominic Cummings posted responses that were sharply disproved in his huge blog post on his private blog Friday night, denying that the leak could have been in any of the cases that arose.
Johnson’s former chief adviser also launched a fierce counterattack against his former boss, writing, among other things, that Boris Johnson was planning to renovate his street home from secret donations from his supporters.
Cummings wrote in the blog that at the time he told the prime minister he believed this plan
It can prove unethical, foolish, even illegal, and almost in violation of reporting requirements for political donations.
At the end of his blog, Cummings puts it down woefully to see how deep the prime minister and his office can backtrack on the standards of efficiency and integrity the country deserves.
A Downing Street spokesman said at the BBC’s request that the Prime Minister’s office would not comment on speculation over whether Dominic Cummings was responsible for the disputed leaks.