Dominic Cummings, former adviser to British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, warned on Monday that more stories about the “Prime Minister”, who has been cornered by criticism of Downing Street parties during the pandemic, will be released until he resigns.
In a text published on his website, Cummings, who was highly critical of Johnson after leaving government, has hinted at the possible release of other “harmful” information until “he leaves,” according to broadcaster Sky News.
Similarly, Cummings has confirmed he will not be speaking to Sue Gray, the officer in charge of the investigation launched to clarify the parties’ issue amid a pandemic.
Cummings, who was then acting as Johnson’s right-hand man, has already accused the Prime Minister of lying in his testimony to the House of Commons about his alleged ignorance of the parties. Johnson, who will retain his post for the time being, has already asked parliamentarians and his party colleagues to await the results of the investigation.