"Remorseless media focus on Dominic Cummings has been given impetus by Tory MPs who have added their voices to the call for Cummings to be sacked, some of whom may owe their seats to his work."
Cummings took his course of action because his child would be left without childcare if he and his wife fell ill.
"... everyone may ... get ... those funny ideas the Brits had in 2016."
"The Prime Minister is being deputised by the Secretary of State Dominic Raab."
"The Prime Minister will continue to lead the national effort against the Coronavirus pandemic. "
"Boris might be well-advised to amend the Extradition Act 2003, which enables EAWs to be applied in the UK, before November."
"There are still resistant elements in our midst, which foreign opposition could rely on to frustrate our exit from the European Union. It is clear that lessons have been learned; lines have been redrawn in preparation for an invisible warfare, an insidious confrontation with those opposed to Brexit both domestically and internationally."
"...Anne Sacoolas, was reportedly driving on the wrong side of the road near the RAF Croughton airbase in Northamptonshire, which hosts the communications facility, when she had a head on collision with motorcyclist Harry Dunn, killing him instantly."
"The real catalyst for change, however, came on 3 September. Twenty-one ultra-Remainer Conservative rebels supported an emergency motion taking control of the Commons timetable, to pass a bill blocking a no-deal Brexit on 31 October. ... Johnson promptly responded by withdrawing the Conservative whip from the twenty-one."
Rather than fight the fiscally conservative fight, Boris caved, and promised to open the sluice gates of public spending, thus ensuring future progressivistas would be handed an even larger national credit card bill to repay.