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Dominic Cummings to ‘napalm” Boris Johnson at committee hearing this week, allies say

(F)riends say he is intent on destroying the PM.”

“Allies” and “friends” means this is coming from Cummings himself. “Why” is another question. Why is he “talking a good fight”? What’s his followthrough? Why the unpleasant reference to “napalm”?

Popcorn please!

That link was to the Independent. Then in the Mirror we have this:

Meanwhile, the register of ministerial interests is finally due to be updated – and the PM has promised to give an update on plans for lockdown easing – both of which are subjects Mr Cummings is liable to talk about in his grilling.

It’s likely to be so explosive, in fact, that rumours have spread through Westminster that the PM was planning to hold a reshuffle the same day to distract attention from the session – a notion played down by No10 today.

Out of interest, how does Dominic get on with Priti? There is no such thing as a “reshuffle” in the abstract. Specific people have to lose or change their jobs.

It will be so funny if Gove (who is much more a Cummings puppet than Johnson) gets forced out of office.
Jeremy Hunt despises Cummings…