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Kim Sanders-Fisher
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We must keep up unrelenting, very vocal public pressure demanding loud and clear that the PM really has to ditch the Dom! The stubborn and arrogant resistance from Boris Johnson indicates that Cummings clearly has serious compromat on the PM and it probably pertains to the inside scoop on the Covert 2019 Rigged Election. Cummings promised 80 seats and he knew exactly where to target and by how much the postal votes would need to be supplemented to win seats: Johnson got his astounding 80 seat ‘landslide victory’ giving him carte blanch in the Commons to ram through crash-out Brexit. But Cummings is not a loyal Tory, he only cares about his own power and if his privilege to dictate to the PM is removed he could turn Whistleblower and bring the whole corrupt cabal down with him by exposing the truth. Revealing the master plan would be a chance to demonstrate how amazingly clever he was in fooling us all; I believe that is part of his really warped psyche.

This scandal is not going away and nor should we let it, but It seems the ‘Dominic Affect’ is not helping our boys in blue enforce any necessary restrictions. In the Guardian Article, “Dominic Cummings undermined lockdown enforcement, says ex-Durham police chief, Mike Barton says chief advisor’s behaviour damaged trust in government and restrictions. Durham’s former chief constable has warned that Dominic Cummings’ lockdown behaviour has made it more difficult for officers to enforce the rules and has been used by some as an excuse for law-breaking. Mike Barton said the decision by the prime minister’s chief aide to drive to Durham at the height of the coronavirus pandemic had “damaged trust in the government and in the rules”. After the trip was exposed by the Guardian and the Daily Mirror, Barton said: “People were actually using the word ‘Cummings’ in encounters with the police to justify antisocial behaviour.”

Speaking to Times Radio, he said: “If the public don’t think the police are operating in a fair and impartial way, you won’t get their trust and you won’t get their support. People who make the rules shouldn’t break them. Otherwise, you can’t expect the little people to do it.” The Guardian say, “Barton, who retired last year after a seven-year stint running the force, also criticised Cummings’s failure to apologise for his actions and the excuses he gave for them during a Downing Street press conference. “His bare-faced effrontery in the rose garden was staggering,” he said. Barton said Cummings’s explanation for his trip to Barnard Castle was worse than childish. He said: “To say that he drove 60 miles with his child in the back of the car, on his wife’s birthday, to go to a beauty spot to test his eyesight, just beggars belief. I wouldn’t have expected a seven-year-old boy who was caught red-handed to have come out with such a ridiculous excuse.”

According to the Guardian Barton added: “So do I think that damaged trust in the government and in the rules? Of course it did. And that’s what the studies are now saying.” They say, “Research published on Thursday suggested that the Cummings lockdown scandal was a key factor in a breakdown of a sense of national unity over the pandemic. Barton also criticised the government for trying to defend him. He said: ‘It ill behoved the government that you had ministers trotting out a defence of Cummings when there wasn’t one.’ A three-day investigation by Durham police found that Cummings probably broke health protection rules by driving to Barnard Castle. But as the investigation was confined to his movements in County Durham, it made no finding on his decision to leave London. Durham police said it would not act retrospectively against Cummings. Asked if Durham police had done a good enough job of investigating Cummings, Barton said: “I don’t know anything about the investigation.” But he added: “If you lose the trust of the public, you cannot police.”

Still in the news and causing an unwanted controversy for the PM, the spotlight is still focused on the rogue Chief Advisor in another Guardian Article, “Two stories, different witnesses. So where was Dominic Cummings on 19 April?” They say, “Witness accounts pile on pressure for PM’s aide to show proof he did not visit Durham a second time in lockdown. The official version is Cummings’s own, and places him squarely in London. While the prime minister’s chief aide notoriously acknowledged a trip to Durham in late March, his denial of a second visit days after he returned was unequivocal.” When Cummings made that haughty presentation at a specially convened press conference in the Downing Street rose garden the public were incensed by it as it proved Dominic Cummings has a super inflated idea of how important this unelected ‘advisor’ is. Right now he is calling the shots and refusing to stand down, but he is a loose cannon in a dangerous position of power who needs to be removed ASAP.

The Guardian report that, “he insisted the witness who said they had seen him admiring bluebells in Houghall woods was wrong, and he had the evidence. ‘Photos and data on my phone prove this to be false,’ he said. ‘And local CCTV, if it exists, would also prove that I’m telling the truth that I was in London on that day. I was not in Durham.’ Cummings has not wavered from that line, and the prime minister later said he had seen evidence himself. A witness in London has now come forward to support that story, telling the Guardian they saw Cummings with his family on Hampstead Heath on the Sunday afternoon. Case closed? Not quite. Since then, three other people have set out their own version of events. Like the first witness, who came forward in May, they say they saw Cummings in Houghall woods near Durham that morning, and say they are as sure as they can be it was him – but would accept they saw a lookalike if he showed them the proof.”

The Guardian report that, “even as those two stories conflict, the only people with the power to reconcile them appear reluctant to do so. When Downing Street was asked by the Guardian to produce the phone data that Cummings said could prove his story, it declined. The new accounts bring fresh scrutiny to how Downing Street and police handled the affair – and drag attention back to Cummings’s nightmarish few days in May, culminating in his unprecedented press conference.” Public fury that Cummings clung on to his job without so much as an apology has abated as people were distracted with other matters, but it is resurfacing in the news as those who have reported sightings feel ignored as if there is a deliberate cover-up.

The Guardian say that, “If Boris Johnson had hoped the affair was behind the government, the Edwards’ account – along with those of two other witnesses – is a reminder of the unanswered questions that have lingered since the Guardian and Daily Mirror broke the story in May. There were concerns over the scope of the police investigation, which was confined to Cummings’s movements in County Durham and did not address why he left London in the first place with his sick wife, or whether hours earlier he had breached the rules by going back to work at Downing Street after tending to her. Cummings says he did not stop on the 264-mile drive north at a time when he and his wife were likely to have been infectious. But Durham police and forces along the route have refused requests to verify this.”

That was a long drive, but Cummings claims they did not stop. Really? While the vehicle might have a monster fuel tank and they could have taken food along for the ride north, but it is hard to believe that none of them including a small child wanted to use a toilet. Who would decide to do a drive like that while both supposedly responsible adults were getting sick and they were caring for a young child? That was totally irresponsible, driving 264 miles for childcare! The Guardian report that, “Police have refused to answer many questions about the investigation, referring inquiries to their 393-word press statement. There are other questions, too. Why did Cummings say he had warned about coronavirus last year, when he altered his blog to make it look as if he had? Was there really no one in London he could ask to look after his son, as he claimed? And were there ‘no taxis’ on 3 April when he drove to Durham hospital to pick up the sick child? Taxi firms in the city insist plenty were available.”

The Guardian has wondered, “is it possible for Cummings to have been seen in Durham and in London on the same day? The London witness who came forward in support of Cummings’s claim said they saw the aide, his wife and their four-year-old son on Hampstead Heath that Sunday afternoon. The witness provided a distant photograph apparently showing them at 3.31pm in a meadow area on the northern edge of the heath. The last alleged sighting in County Durham was at 11.15-11.30am that day, near the Cummings family farm. A typical journey time between the two spots is more than four hours – but that is in normal traffic. In an attempt to replicate the emptier road conditions of lockdown, the Guardian drove from north London to Durham early on a Sunday morning, and back. Travelling in a 17-year-old Honda Civic, the journey one way was completed in well under four hours. So it is feasible that Cummings could have made the trip in that time in his Land Rover Discovery on the empty roads during lockdown.”

The Guardian say, “Such was the furore over the disclosure of his first trip to Durham, it will be difficult for the government to move on fully from the scandal without an adequate explanation. For critics, the episode has become an emblem of the government’s mishandling of the crisis. There is evidence, too, the affair damaged the nation’s unity during lockdown, a charge that may yet haunt ministers if there is a substantial second wave. The PM considers the matter closed. There was no comment on specific allegations that Cummings was in Durham on 19 April. With the new witness accounts, the pressure on Cummings and the government to supply phone and photographic evidence only grows. He is facing at least three legal challenges about his movements during the lockdown.” The Guardian remind us of Cummings’s own words: “I think that people like me who helped make the rules should be accountable for their actions.”

Boris Johnson thinks if he refuses to budge on this issue we will all compliantly ‘Move On’ from the Cummings debacle, but he is delusional. Did anyone spot Cummings on those long road trips? Did he stop at a service station where he was caught on CCTV? His credit card would have a record of where he spent money over that period why can’t he produce a record? We can only hope that more witnesses challenge Cummings story forcing him to prove where he was during lockdown. The public are determined to hold Cummings to account, but we hasn’t Keir Starmer or any other MP taken note of this public anger and resentment to demand scrutiny and accountability from this corrupt Tory Government. I still believe that Cummings holds the key to unlocking the Covert 2019 Rigged Election with the ability to expose critical evidence that would justify a full Investigation. Johnson’s fearful if he ditches the Dom, will Cummings retaliate and bring down the Government? Cummings is the Grenade, oust him and you pull the pin. DO NOT MOVE ON!We must keep up unrelenting, very vocal public pressure demanding loud and clear that the PM really has to ditch the Dom! The stubborn and arrogant resistance from Boris Johnson indicates that Cummings clearly has serious compromat on the PM and it probably pertains to the inside scoop on the Covert 2019 Rigged Election. Cummings promised 80 seats and he knew exactly where to target and by how much the postal votes would need to be supplemented to win seats: Johnson got his astounding 80 seat ‘landslide victory’ giving him carte blanch in the Commons to ram through crash-out Brexit. But Cummings is not a loyal Tory, he only cares about his own power and if his privilege to dictate to the PM is removed he could turn Whistleblower and bring the whole corrupt cabal down with him by exposing the truth. Revealing the master plan would be a chance to demonstrate how amazingly clever he was in fooling us all; I believe that is part of his really warped psyche.

This scandal is not going away and nor should we let it, but It seems the ‘Dominic Affect’ is not helping our boys in blue enforce any necessary restrictions. In the Guardian Article, “Dominic Cummings undermined lockdown enforcement, says ex-Durham police chief, Mike Barton says chief advisor’s behaviour damaged trust in government and restrictions. Durham’s former chief constable has warned that Dominic Cummings’ lockdown behaviour has made it more difficult for officers to enforce the rules and has been used by some as an excuse for law-breaking. Mike Barton said the decision by the prime minister’s chief aide to drive to Durham at the height of the coronavirus pandemic had “damaged trust in the government and in the rules”. After the trip was exposed by the Guardian and the Daily Mirror, Barton said: “People were actually using the word ‘Cummings’ in encounters with the police to justify antisocial behaviour.”

Speaking to Times Radio, he said: “If the public don’t think the police are operating in a fair and impartial way, you won’t get their trust and you won’t get their support. People who make the rules shouldn’t break them. Otherwise, you can’t expect the little people to do it.” The Guardian say, “Barton, who retired last year after a seven-year stint running the force, also criticised Cummings’s failure to apologise for his actions and the excuses he gave for them during a Downing Street press conference. “His bare-faced effrontery in the rose garden was staggering,” he said. Barton said Cummings’s explanation for his trip to Barnard Castle was worse than childish. He said: “To say that he drove 60 miles with his child in the back of the car, on his wife’s birthday, to go to a beauty spot to test his eyesight, just beggars belief. I wouldn’t have expected a seven-year-old boy who was caught red-handed to have come out with such a ridiculous excuse.”

According to the Guardian Barton added: “So do I think that damaged trust in the government and in the rules? Of course it did. And that’s what the studies are now saying.” They say, “Research published on Thursday suggested that the Cummings lockdown scandal was a key factor in a breakdown of a sense of national unity over the pandemic. Barton also criticised the government for trying to defend him. He said: ‘It ill behoved the government that you had ministers trotting out a defence of Cummings when there wasn’t one.’ A three-day investigation by Durham police found that Cummings probably broke health protection rules by driving to Barnard Castle. But as the investigation was confined to his movements in County Durham, it made no finding on his decision to leave London. Durham police said it would not act retrospectively against Cummings. Asked if Durham police had done a good enough job of investigating Cummings, Barton said: “I don’t know anything about the investigation.” But he added: “If you lose the trust of the public, you cannot police.”

Still in the news and causing an unwanted controversy for the PM, the spotlight is still focused on the rogue Chief Advisor in another Guardian Article, “Two stories, different witnesses. So where was Dominic Cummings on 19 April?” They say, “Witness accounts pile on pressure for PM’s aide to show proof he did not visit Durham a second time in lockdown. The official version is Cummings’s own, and places him squarely in London. While the prime minister’s chief aide notoriously acknowledged a trip to Durham in late March, his denial of a second visit days after he returned was unequivocal.” When Cummings made that haughty presentation at a specially convened press conference in the Downing Street rose garden the public were incensed by it as it proved Dominic Cummings has a super inflated idea of how important this unelected ‘advisor’ is. Right now he is calling the shots and refusing to stand down, but he is a loose cannon in a dangerous position of power who needs to be removed ASAP.

The Guardian report that, “he insisted the witness who said they had seen him admiring bluebells in Houghall woods was wrong, and he had the evidence. ‘Photos and data on my phone prove this to be false,’ he said. ‘And local CCTV, if it exists, would also prove that I’m telling the truth that I was in London on that day. I was not in Durham.’ Cummings has not wavered from that line, and the prime minister later said he had seen evidence himself. A witness in London has now come forward to support that story, telling the Guardian they saw Cummings with his family on Hampstead Heath on the Sunday afternoon. Case closed? Not quite. Since then, three other people have set out their own version of events. Like the first witness, who came forward in May, they say they saw Cummings in Houghall woods near Durham that morning, and say they are as sure as they can be it was him – but would accept they saw a lookalike if he showed them the proof.”

The Guardian report that, “even as those two stories conflict, the only people with the power to reconcile them appear reluctant to do so. When Downing Street was asked by the Guardian to produce the phone data that Cummings said could prove his story, it declined. The new accounts bring fresh scrutiny to how Downing Street and police handled the affair – and drag attention back to Cummings’s nightmarish few days in May, culminating in his unprecedented press conference.” Public fury that Cummings clung on to his job without so much as an apology has abated as people were distracted with other matters, but it is resurfacing in the news as those who have reported sightings feel ignored as if there is a deliberate cover-up.

The Guardian say that, “If Boris Johnson had hoped the affair was behind the government, the Edwards’ account – along with those of two other witnesses – is a reminder of the unanswered questions that have lingered since the Guardian and Daily Mirror broke the story in May. There were concerns over the scope of the police investigation, which was confined to Cummings’s movements in County Durham and did not address why he left London in the first place with his sick wife, or whether hours earlier he had breached the rules by going back to work at Downing Street after tending to her. Cummings says he did not stop on the 264-mile drive north at a time when he and his wife were likely to have been infectious. But Durham police and forces along the route have refused requests to verify this.”

That was a long drive, but Cummings claims they did not stop. Really? While the vehicle might have a monster fuel tank and they could have taken food along for the ride north, but it is hard to believe that none of them including a small child wanted to use a toilet. Who would decide to do a drive like that while both supposedly responsible adults were getting sick and they were caring for a young child? That was totally irresponsible, driving 264 miles for childcare! The Guardian report that, “Police have refused to answer many questions about the investigation, referring inquiries to their 393-word press statement. There are other questions, too. Why did Cummings say he had warned about coronavirus last year, when he altered his blog to make it look as if he had? Was there really no one in London he could ask to look after his son, as he claimed? And were there ‘no taxis’ on 3 April when he drove to Durham hospital to pick up the sick child? Taxi firms in the city insist plenty were available.”

The Guardian has wondered, “is it possible for Cummings to have been seen in Durham and in London on the same day? The London witness who came forward in support of Cummings’s claim said they saw the aide, his wife and their four-year-old son on Hampstead Heath that Sunday afternoon. The witness provided a distant photograph apparently showing them at 3.31pm in a meadow area on the northern edge of the heath. The last alleged sighting in County Durham was at 11.15-11.30am that day, near the Cummings family farm. A typical journey time between the two spots is more than four hours – but that is in normal traffic. In an attempt to replicate the emptier road conditions of lockdown, the Guardian drove from north London to Durham early on a Sunday morning, and back. Travelling in a 17-year-old Honda Civic, the journey one way was completed in well under four hours. So it is feasible that Cummings could have made the trip in that time in his Land Rover Discovery on the empty roads during lockdown.”

The Guardian say, “Such was the furore over the disclosure of his first trip to Durham, it will be difficult for the government to move on fully from the scandal without an adequate explanation. For critics, the episode has become an emblem of the government’s mishandling of the crisis. There is evidence, too, the affair damaged the nation’s unity during lockdown, a charge that may yet haunt ministers if there is a substantial second wave. The PM considers the matter closed. There was no comment on specific allegations that Cummings was in Durham on 19 April. With the new witness accounts, the pressure on Cummings and the government to supply phone and photographic evidence only grows. He is facing at least three legal challenges about his movements during the lockdown.” The Guardian remind us of Cummings’s own words: “I think that people like me who helped make the rules should be accountable for their actions.”

Boris Johnson thinks if he refuses to budge on this issue we will all compliantly ‘Move On’ from the Cummings debacle, but he is delusional. Did anyone spot Cummings on those long road trips? Did he stop at a service station where he was caught on CCTV? His credit card would have a record of where he spent money over that period why can’t he produce a record? We can only hope that more witnesses challenge Cummings story forcing him to prove where he was during lockdown. The public are determined to hold Cummings to account, but we hasn’t Keir Starmer or any other MP taken note of this public anger and resentment to demand scrutiny and accountability from this corrupt Tory Government. I still believe that Cummings holds the key to unlocking the Covert 2019 Rigged Election with the ability to expose critical evidence that would justify a full Investigation. Johnson’s fearful if he ditches the Dom, will Cummings retaliate and bring down the Government? Cummings is the Grenade, oust him and you pull the pin. DO NOT MOVE ON!We must keep up unrelenting, very vocal public pressure demanding loud and clear that the PM really has to ditch the Dom! The stubborn and arrogant resistance from Boris Johnson indicates that Cummings clearly has serious compromat on the PM and it probably pertains to the inside scoop on the Covert 2019 Rigged Election. Cummings promised 80 seats and he knew exactly where to target and by how much the postal votes would need to be supplemented to win seats: Johnson got his astounding 80 seat ‘landslide victory’ giving him carte blanch in the Commons to ram through crash-out Brexit. But Cummings is not a loyal Tory, he only cares about his own power and if his privilege to dictate to the PM is removed he could turn Whistleblower and bring the whole corrupt cabal down with him by exposing the truth. Revealing the master plan would be a chance to demonstrate how amazingly clever he was in fooling us all; I believe that is part of his really warped psyche.

This scandal is not going away and nor should we let it, but It seems the ‘Dominic Affect’ is not helping our boys in blue enforce any necessary restrictions. In the Guardian Article, “Dominic Cummings undermined lockdown enforcement, says ex-Durham police chief, Mike Barton says chief advisor’s behaviour damaged trust in government and restrictions. Durham’s former chief constable has warned that Dominic Cummings’ lockdown behaviour has made it more difficult for officers to enforce the rules and has been used by some as an excuse for law-breaking. Mike Barton said the decision by the prime minister’s chief aide to drive to Durham at the height of the coronavirus pandemic had “damaged trust in the government and in the rules”. After the trip was exposed by the Guardian and the Daily Mirror, Barton said: “People were actually using the word ‘Cummings’ in encounters with the police to justify antisocial behaviour.”

Speaking to Times Radio, he said: “If the public don’t think the police are operating in a fair and impartial way, you won’t get their trust and you won’t get their support. People who make the rules shouldn’t break them. Otherwise, you can’t expect the little people to do it.” The Guardian say, “Barton, who retired last year after a seven-year stint running the force, also criticised Cummings’s failure to apologise for his actions and the excuses he gave for them during a Downing Street press conference. “His bare-faced effrontery in the rose garden was staggering,” he said. Barton said Cummings’s explanation for his trip to Barnard Castle was worse than childish. He said: “To say that he drove 60 miles with his child in the back of the car, on his wife’s birthday, to go to a beauty spot to test his eyesight, just beggars belief. I wouldn’t have expected a seven-year-old boy who was caught red-handed to have come out with such a ridiculous excuse.”

According to the Guardian Barton added: “So do I think that damaged trust in the government and in the rules? Of course it did. And that’s what the studies are now saying.” They say, “Research published on Thursday suggested that the Cummings lockdown scandal was a key factor in a breakdown of a sense of national unity over the pandemic. Barton also criticised the government for trying to defend him. He said: ‘It ill behoved the government that you had ministers trotting out a defence of Cummings when there wasn’t one.’ A three-day investigation by Durham police found that Cummings probably broke health protection rules by driving to Barnard Castle. But as the investigation was confined to his movements in County Durham, it made no finding on his decision to leave London. Durham police said it would not act retrospectively against Cummings. Asked if Durham police had done a good enough job of investigating Cummings, Barton said: “I don’t know anything about the investigation.” But he added: “If you lose the trust of the public, you cannot police.”

Still in the news and causing an unwanted controversy for the PM, the spotlight is still focused on the rogue Chief Advisor in another Guardian Article, “Two stories, different witnesses. So where was Dominic Cummings on 19 April?” They say, “Witness accounts pile on pressure for PM’s aide to show proof he did not visit Durham a second time in lockdown. The official version is Cummings’s own, and places him squarely in London. While the prime minister’s chief aide notoriously acknowledged a trip to Durham in late March, his denial of a second visit days after he returned was unequivocal.” When Cummings made that haughty presentation at a specially convened press conference in the Downing Street rose garden the public were incensed by it as it proved Dominic Cummings has a super inflated idea of how important this unelected ‘advisor’ is. Right now he is calling the shots and refusing to stand down, but he is a loose cannon in a dangerous position of power who needs to be removed ASAP.

The Guardian report that, “he insisted the witness who said they had seen him admiring bluebells in Houghall woods was wrong, and he had the evidence. ‘Photos and data on my phone prove this to be false,’ he said. ‘And local CCTV, if it exists, would also prove that I’m telling the truth that I was in London on that day. I was not in Durham.’ Cummings has not wavered from that line, and the prime minister later said he had seen evidence himself. A witness in London has now come forward to support that story, telling the Guardian they saw Cummings with his family on Hampstead Heath on the Sunday afternoon. Case closed? Not quite. Since then, three other people have set out their own version of events. Like the first witness, who came forward in May, they say they saw Cummings in Houghall woods near Durham that morning, and say they are as sure as they can be it was him – but would accept they saw a lookalike if he showed them the proof.”

The Guardian report that, “even as those two stories conflict, the only people with the power to reconcile them appear reluctant to do so. When Downing Street was asked by the Guardian to produce the phone data that Cummings said could prove his story, it declined. The new accounts bring fresh scrutiny to how Downing Street and police handled the affair – and drag attention back to Cummings’s nightmarish few days in May, culminating in his unprecedented press conference.” Public fury that Cummings clung on to his job without so much as an apology has abated as people were distracted with other matters, but it is resurfacing in the news as those who have reported sightings feel ignored as if there is a deliberate cover-up.

The Guardian say that, “If Boris Johnson had hoped the affair was behind the government, the Edwards’ account – along with those of two other witnesses – is a reminder of the unanswered questions that have lingered since the Guardian and Daily Mirror broke the story in May. There were concerns over the scope of the police investigation, which was confined to Cummings’s movements in County Durham and did not address why he left London in the first place with his sick wife, or whether hours earlier he had breached the rules by going back to work at Downing Street after tending to her. Cummings says he did not stop on the 264-mile drive north at a time when he and his wife were likely to have been infectious. But Durham police and forces along the route have refused requests to verify this.”

That was a long drive, but Cummings claims they did not stop. Really? While the vehicle might have a monster fuel tank and they could have taken food along for the ride north, but it is hard to believe that none of them including a small child wanted to use a toilet. Who would decide to do a drive like that while both supposedly responsible adults were getting sick and they were caring for a young child? That was totally irresponsible, driving 264 miles for childcare! The Guardian report that, “Police have refused to answer many questions about the investigation, referring inquiries to their 393-word press statement. There are other questions, too. Why did Cummings say he had warned about coronavirus last year, when he altered his blog to make it look as if he had? Was there really no one in London he could ask to look after his son, as he claimed? And were there ‘no taxis’ on 3 April when he drove to Durham hospital to pick up the sick child? Taxi firms in the city insist plenty were available.”

The Guardian has wondered, “is it possible for Cummings to have been seen in Durham and in London on the same day? The London witness who came forward in support of Cummings’s claim said they saw the aide, his wife and their four-year-old son on Hampstead Heath that Sunday afternoon. The witness provided a distant photograph apparently showing them at 3.31pm in a meadow area on the northern edge of the heath. The last alleged sighting in County Durham was at 11.15-11.30am that day, near the Cummings family farm. A typical journey time between the two spots is more than four hours – but that is in normal traffic. In an attempt to replicate the emptier road conditions of lockdown, the Guardian drove from north London to Durham early on a Sunday morning, and back. Travelling in a 17-year-old Honda Civic, the journey one way was completed in well under four hours. So it is feasible that Cummings could have made the trip in that time in his Land Rover Discovery on the empty roads during lockdown.”

The Guardian say, “Such was the furore over the disclosure of his first trip to Durham, it will be difficult for the government to move on fully from the scandal without an adequate explanation. For critics, the episode has become an emblem of the government’s mishandling of the crisis. There is evidence, too, the affair damaged the nation’s unity during lockdown, a charge that may yet haunt ministers if there is a substantial second wave. The PM considers the matter closed. There was no comment on specific allegations that Cummings was in Durham on 19 April. With the new witness accounts, the pressure on Cummings and the government to supply phone and photographic evidence only grows. He is facing at least three legal challenges about his movements during the lockdown.” The Guardian remind us of Cummings’s own words: “I think that people like me who helped make the rules should be accountable for their actions.”

Boris Johnson thinks if he refuses to budge on this issue we will all compliantly ‘Move On’ from the Cummings debacle, but he is delusional. Did anyone spot Cummings on those long road trips? Did he stop at a service station where he was caught on CCTV? His credit card would have a record of where he spent money over that period why can’t he produce a record? We can only hope that more witnesses challenge Cummings story forcing him to prove where he was during lockdown. The public are determined to hold Cummings to account, but we hasn’t Keir Starmer or any other MP taken note of this public anger and resentment to demand scrutiny and accountability from this corrupt Tory Government. I still believe that Cummings holds the key to unlocking the Covert 2019 Rigged Election with the ability to expose critical evidence that would justify a full Investigation. Johnson’s fearful if he ditches the Dom, will Cummings retaliate and bring down the Government? Cummings is the Grenade, oust him and you pull the pin. DO NOT MOVE ON!