LONDON (Reuters) – Prime Minister Boris Johnson faces rebellion within the party and his rage across Britain on Monday for refusing to fire his closest aide Dominic Cummings who was accused of watching Usually the coronavirus lockdown drive 250 miles from London.
Dominic Cummings, special adviser to the British Prime Minister, Vladimir Johnson left his home in London after the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), London, UK, May 25, 2020. REUTERS / Hannah McKay
Protecting one of Britain's most powerful men, Johnson said over the weekend, Cummings acted responsibly and legally and with integrity by traveling from London to northern England with his son. and his wife, who is ill with COVID-19 symptoms.
Many believe that it was hypocrisy given to the government mantra at the time to avoid such movements.
What planet are they at? asked Daily Mail, an influential right-wing newspaper that often supported Johnson and his adviser, who helped the prime minister take power and ensure Britain's escape from the European Union.
Some 20 ruling Conservative lawmakers, 14 bishops of the Church of England and some scientists also expressed anger.
Currently, Johnson Johnson has gone all Trump, Mr. Pete Broadbent, Willesden bishop, compared the British leader, with the US allied leader Donald Trump.
With the death toll of around 43,000, the UK is the worst-hit country in Europe and the government has been under pressure to handle the pandemic ….
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