Part of the conservative caucus this Sunday demanded that Dominic Cummings, chief adviser to British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, resign immediately after being accused, according to the government and the adviser himself, of repeatedly skipping the quarantine for family and legitimate reasons to have .
The British prime minister had to come to the fore this Saturday to fully support the adviser after learning that he had been driving 430 kilometers from London to his family home in Durham in late March when he was experiencing symptoms of a coronavirus. It was announced that Saturday afternoon that he had also made another trip on April 19.
“Dominic Cummings must leave before doing more harm to the United Kingdom, the government, the prime minister, our institutions or the Conservative Party,” said Steve Baker, Tory MP, in a column for The Critic’s website.
Conservative MP Damian Collins has also expressed his dissatisfaction with Cummings, “a man who has long believed that the rules by which we all play do not apply to him and who is watching the control we all have from one Position should be subject to. ” Authority and contempt. “
“Without them, the government would be better off,” Collins said on his Twitter account.
Cummings has defended that it acted “in an appropriate and legal manner” to ensure that his son received the necessary care while his wife also underwent the coronavirus, knowing that the delivery was all postponements except the “absolutely essential” prohibited.