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31Cummings, Goings, Gone! - Page 3 Empty Re: Cummings, Goings, Gone! Sun Nov 15 2020, 11:29

sunlight

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Andy Walker
Andy Walker

Indeed, Rasputin is the perfect label for his association with the Tories.

32Cummings, Goings, Gone! - Page 3 Empty Re: Cummings, Goings, Gone! Sun Nov 15 2020, 11:35

okocha

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El Hadji Diouf
El Hadji Diouf

You know things are bad for the Government when even The Telegraph and The Mail turn against it.

In fact, only The Express maintains its blinkered support.

33Cummings, Goings, Gone! - Page 3 Empty Re: Cummings, Goings, Gone! Sun Nov 15 2020, 11:44

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Andy Walker
Andy Walker

Indeed. The Express for the last five years has done nothing but clickbait headlines such as about UFO`s and the such.
This Tory split is being downplayed. I think it is to do with the newly encountered bleak Brexit outlook.
Its possible Biden has told Bojo NO on Brexit. Cummings then has tried to backtrack and U-turn on it, and Bojo will not budge.
The UK is in BIG trouble now because of the Democrats winning in USA. Biden is anti-Brexit and will likely work with the EU and not UK. Also he is Irish, and has said so.
This Tory infighting could be about the Brexit disaster gone worse.

34Cummings, Goings, Gone! - Page 3 Empty Re: Cummings, Goings, Gone! Sun Nov 15 2020, 14:36

wanderlust

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Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse

Brexit was just a vehicle to grab power and Cummings made that possible regardless of the cost to Britain

35Cummings, Goings, Gone! - Page 3 Empty Re: Cummings, Goings, Gone! Thu Nov 26 2020, 15:52

Sluffy

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Boris Johnson appoints new chief of staff after Cummings exit

Boris Johnson has appointed an ex-Treasury official as his new chief of staff, Downing Street has announced.

Dan Rosenfield's appointment follows a period of upheaval which saw the prime minister's senior aides Dominic Cummings and Lee Cain resign.

Mr Rosenfield is former civil servant, who has worked in the past for Labour chancellor Alistair Darling and his Tory successor George Osborne.

He will begin work at Downing Street on 7 December.

The current acting chief of staff Lord Udny-Lister will stay in the role until 1 January when Mr Rosenfield will take over.

Mr Rosenfield joins No 10 from Hakluyt, a strategic advisory firm.

He has also previously worked at Bank of America as a managing director and is chairman of the humanitarian agency World Jewish Relief.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-55090855

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