Dominic Cummings will become the overwhelming focus one week from now to confront inquiries from MPs at a parliamentary investigation into how Boris Johnson and his group managed the Covid pandemic.
London (CNN)As political dramatizations go, this can possibly be a film industry hit: On Wednesday Boris Johnson’s top helper turned-enemy, Dominic Cummings, is required to uncover all that he thinks about the UK government’s a long way from perfect treatment of Covid-19.
Everyone’s eyes will be on the advisory group rooms of Palace of Westminster, as Cummings becomes the dominant focal point, confronting inquiries from MPs at a parliamentary investigation into how Johnson and his group managed the Covid pandemic.
These hearings are generally dull, procedural issues, yet this one may turn into a critical second in Johnson’s prevalence.
Not very far in the past, Johnson and Cummings were inseparable. Johnson had Cummings to thank – in any event to a limited extent – for his two biggest political victories: Brexit and his avalanche political race triumph in 2019.
Cummings is perhaps the most disputable figures at any point to have entered British legislative issues, and his aggressive style turned into a characterizing highlight of Johnson’s administration.