BREAKING: Dominic Cummings to be interviewed as part of Downing Street parties inquiry

Sky News published this video item, entitled “BREAKING: Dominic Cummings to be interviewed as part of Downing Street parties inquiry” – below is their description.

Dominic Cummings will be interviewed as part of an investigation into parties and gatherings at Downing Street during coronavirus restrictions.

Boris Johnson’s former chief adviser confirmed to Sky News that he will be involved in the probe, which is looking at events in Number 10 and other government departments.

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