Boris Johnson’s former aide says ministers ‘fell disastrously short’ of standards public had right to expect
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Dominic Cummings has apologised for the mistakes Boris Johnson’s government made during the Covid-19 pandemic, conceding that he and his colleagues disastrously failed the British public.
The prime minister’s former chief adviser was giving evidence to the cross-party health and science and technology committees, chaired by the former Conservative cabinet ministers Greg Clark and Jeremy Hunt.