The Labour Party’s former spin doctor lashed out in the BBC Political Editor on Twitter after she tweeted a source close to Cummings confirmed he and his wife went to his parents’ home to self-isolate. But the source said they didn’t violate authorities’ advice because he and his wife remained in another building. In an exclusive joint effort, the Mirror and the Guardian reported that police intervened after having a tip-off that Mr Cummings had journeyed to his family house in County Durham to self-isolate.
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This was despite Boris Johnson having declared a lockdown in England days beforehand on March 23rd. The principles said that individuals would only be permitted to leave the house for restricted purposes such as shopping for fundamentals, one kind of exercise per day, travelling to and from work, but only where absolutely essential, and healthcare needs. Kuenssberg tweeted this morning: “Little number of people in No 10 knew that Cummings had gone to Durham, not stayed in London – seems that it was his sister who had offered to assist with childcare when he and his wife fell ill.”
However, Campbell hit back and said: “Sources close to Dominic Cummings’ oh ffs get a grip Laura Kuenssberg.” The Downing Street adviser is alleged to have been present at his family house when police from Durham Constabulary turned up on March 31, following a call from someone reporting they had seen Mr Cummings in the area. The force affirmed in a statement that officers had spoken to the owners of an address in town after reports a person had travelled there from London. Pressure has grown on Prime Minister Boris Johnson to sack his closest aide following the allegations that emerged. SNP Westminster leader Ian Blackford MP said the aide’s place was”completely untenable”. He explained:”He must resign or be sacked, I think what should have occurred by now is that Dominic Cummings should have gone.
“What I find interesting. . . is who (according to some reports) members of Downing Street knew about this, first and foremost, Boris Johnson has serious questions to answer over what today seems to be a cover-up.” Sir Ed Davey, acting leader of the Liberal Democrats, known as Mr Cummings to quit over the allegations, while a spokesman for Labour said:”The British people don’t expect there to be one rule for them and the following rule for Dominic Cummings.”