A lot of people would do the same in trying to protect their children but the public are looking at the fact that he broke the guidelines and if he did why shouldn't they ?cccashbacklover wrote: ↑Wed May 27, 2020 3:43 pmIn response to the fierce opposition to Mr Cummings, where many MPs, bishops and commentators have called for his resignation, Express.co.uk polled readers on the matter.
The survey, carried out from 9am-7pm on May 26, asked: "Did Dominic Cummings make a mistake with lockdown journeys?"
The majority of the 19,198 respondents said Mr Cummings, who masterminded the Vote Leave campaign in the EU referendum, did not make a wrong move.
Almost two thirds, 62 percent (11,587 people) voted "no", while 35 percent (,,,,, people) said "yes".
Just three percent (630 people) responded "maybe".
https://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/12873 ... coronaviru
Our current, UK Prime Minister shares (pun) the same name.Sarah wrote: ↑Wed May 27, 2020 5:55 pmAnswering questions from the Liaison Committee, someone called Boris Johnson just claimed he's seen evidence that allegations against Dominic Cummings are false, but doesn't think it should be shared more widely to resolve the matter.
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