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The closest associate of British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, Dominic Cummings, traveled more than 400 kilometers from his home in London after showing symptoms of the new coronary artery, breakin…

breakin news Johnson’s closest associate had a joke and broke the quarantine lastminute news

The closest associate of British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, Dominic Cummings, traveled more than 400 kilometers from his home in London after showing symptoms of the new coronary artery, breakin…

breakin news Johnson’s closest associate had a joke and broke the quarantine lastminute news
23 May 2020 - 04:16

The closest associate of British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, Dominic Cummings, traveled more than 400 kilometers from his home in London after showing symptoms of the new coronary artery, breaking the quarantine, the Guardian writes today.

Cummings, a controversial figure in British politics and the “brain” of the successful Brexit campaign, traveled to Dramham, northern England in late March, when quarantine measures had already been implemented.

A Downing Street spokesman said he would not comment on the reports.

The Labor Party has asked the Prime Minister’s Office to explain what happened. “The British people do not expect a rule for him and another for Dominic Cummings,” a spokesman said.

Johnson imposed a nationwide quarantine on March 23, urging Britons to stay home. Absolutely unnecessary travel was not allowed. On the 27th of the same month, he announced that he was positive for the new colonist. On the weekend of March 28-29, Cummings also showed symptoms and Downing Street announced that he had entered his home in self-isolation. He returned to work on April 14.

The two newspapers write that on March 31, the Durham police were informed that Cummings was staying at an address in this city. “Officers contacted the owners who confirmed that the person in question was there and had set himself in solitary confinement in a section of the house,” a local police spokesman was quoted as saying. Officials “explained to the family the instructions on self-isolation and repeated the relevant advice on the necessary travel,” the newspapers added.

According to reports, the house where Cummings stayed in Durham belongs to his parents.

The BBC’s political correspondent cited a source close to Cummings who confirmed that the latter had indeed traveled to Durham during quarantine but did not break the rules because he needed the help of his parents to care for his child while he was there. ill. Cummings and his wife have a young son.

This information could put the prime minister’s adviser in a difficult position. Many high-ranking officials have recently been forced to resign when it was revealed that they had broken the quarantine. Epidemiologist Neil Ferguson resigned as a government adviser on May 5 after the Daily Telegraph reported that he had received a visit from his partner during the quarantine period. One month earlier, on April 5, Scottish Chief Physician Kathryn Caldergood resigned after failing to follow her own advice to others to stay at home and visiting her cottage for two weekends.

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The closest associate of British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, Dominic Cummings, traveled more than 400 kilometers from his home in London after showing symptoms of the new coronary artery, breaking the quarantine, the Guardian writes today.

Cummings, a controversial figure in British politics and the “brain” of the successful Brexit campaign, traveled to Dramham, northern England in late March, when quarantine measures had already been implemented.

A Downing Street spokesman said he would not comment on the reports.

The Labor Party has asked the Prime Minister’s Office to explain what happened. “The British people do not expect a rule for him and another for Dominic Cummings,” a spokesman said.

Johnson imposed a nationwide quarantine on March 23, urging Britons to stay home. Absolutely unnecessary travel was not allowed. On the 27th of the same month, he announced that he was positive for the new colonist. On the weekend of March 28-29, Cummings also showed symptoms and Downing Street announced that he had entered his home in self-isolation. He returned to work on April 14.

The two newspapers write that on March 31, the Durham police were informed that Cummings was staying at an address in this city. “Officers contacted the owners who confirmed that the person in question was there and had set himself in solitary confinement in a section of the house,” a local police spokesman was quoted as saying. Officials “explained to the family the instructions on self-isolation and repeated the relevant advice on the necessary travel,” the newspapers added.

According to reports, the house where Cummings stayed in Durham belongs to his parents.

The BBC’s political correspondent cited a source close to Cummings who confirmed that the latter had indeed traveled to Durham during quarantine but did not break the rules because he needed the help of his parents to care for his child while he was there. ill. Cummings and his wife have a young son.

This information could put the prime minister’s adviser in a difficult position. Many high-ranking officials have recently been forced to resign when it was revealed that they had broken the quarantine. Epidemiologist Neil Ferguson resigned as a government adviser on May 5 after the Daily Telegraph reported that he had received a visit from his partner during the quarantine period. One month earlier, on April 5, Scottish chief physician Kathryn Caldergood resigned after failing to heed the advice she gave to others and staying at her cottage for two weekends.

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