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Bloomberg Politics published this video item, entitled “Cummings Rips Into PM Boris Johnson Over Covid: Highlights” – below is their description.
May.26 — Former government advisor Dominic Cummings says it’s “crackers” that Boris Johnson is Prime Minister and that some Downing Street briefings were like scenes from a disaster movie. Cummings spoke at a joint session of Parliament’s health and social care and the science and technology select committees. (These are highlights of his testimony.)Bloomberg Politics YouTube Channel
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