Dominic Cummings has resigned from his job at no 10. Cummings to leave Downing Street with immediate effect according to Government sources.
Cummings leaving no 10 didn’t make any sorrow at the Conservative party as he left Downing Street for good.
Savid Javid is the no 1 candidate for Cummings’s position at the moment. Javid was the former chancellor.
Cummings was and still heavily criticised for breaking the stay at home rule at the first wave of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Here are some of the reactions for Dominic Cummings resignation:
It's hard to know how we'll cope without the genius who led us to the highest Covid death rate in Europe, the biggest economic hit in the G7 and the utter devastation of our economy and reputation via his Brexit. #Cummings
— David Schneider (@davidschneider) November 13, 2020
Dominic Cummings has now decided to leave Number 10 today for good – (subtle hint walking out with a box – Lee Cain also now out from today
— Laura Kuenssberg (@bbclaurak) November 13, 2020
It is well documented that I have never liked Dominic Cummings but he has backed Brexit.
Seeing him leave Number 10 carrying a cardboard box tells me a Brexit sell-out is close. pic.twitter.com/Ysli7ZLCLY
— Nigel Farage (@Nigel_Farage) November 13, 2020
LATEST: Dominic Cummings is photographed leaving Downing Street carrying a box, sparking speculation he’s left the office for the last time, rather than by the end of the year as previously reported https://t.co/UfrpCyDaW5
— Bloomberg Brexit (@Brexit) November 13, 2020