‘Move on’, Britain says to outrage over PM adviser Cummings

The British government said on Wednesday that it was time to move on after Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s senior adviser provoked outrage and …

‘Move on’, Britain says to outrage over PM adviser Cummings

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LONDON: The British government said on Wednesday (May 27) that it was time move on Prime Boris Johnson’s senior provoked widespread scorn by making a 400km road trip the coronavirus lockdown.

Dominic has refused to quit after it was revealed that he had driven from London to northern England March his 4-year-old son and his wife, who was sick at the time, to close to relatives. Johnson has backed his adviser.

“Now I think is the time us all to move on,” Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick told the BBC.

“That’s to say this isn’t an important issue that don’t care a great deal about it but I think there is a lot more that we need to focus on now, like the virus and the .”

Jenrick said there would be no official review fines imposed on ordinary people who had travelled with their family during the lockdown.

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