Boris Johnson puts a “red line” in the Cummings case

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“Red Line” in the controversy surrounding the violation of the government’s directive by his adviser, Dominic Cummings, said that he puts Prime Minister Boris Johnson during the daily information about the coronation pandemic when asked to give again answers after Darem police announcement.

“I have already said enough about the matter, and what I want to point out is that the Darem police have announced that they will not take action and that the matter is closed. I also intend to put a red line on the issue, as I said yesterday in the committee of general affairs of the Parliament “, he said.

Boris Johnson did not allow the two scientific advisers who accompanied him to the briefing to answer questions on the subject, as he said they were political.

Boris Johnson puts a "red line" in the Cummings case

Fire from the Workers

Prior to the briefing, Labor leader Kierre Stammer had accused the prime minister of being “too weak to act” and setting limits on the Cummings case, which he would have to remove from office.

The resignation of the prime minister’s adviser, following the announcement of the Darem police, was also demanded by the interim leader of the Liberal Democrats, Ed Davey, and the Prime Minister of Scotland, Nicola Sturgeon.

New votes are being added to the Tories daily to criticize either the actions of the prime minister’s adviser or to demand his resignation.

Source: RES-EIA


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