But at the briefing today, Mr Johnson opened with his support for Mr Cummings, saying: 'I have had extensive face-to-face conversations with Dominic Cummings and I have concluded that in travelling to find the right kind of childcare, at the moment when both he and his wife were about to be incapacitated by coronavirus - and when he had no alternative - I think he followed the instincts of every father and every parent. And I do not mark him down for that.' … [Read more...] about Britain announces 118 coronavirus deaths – a 30% drop since last Sunday – taking total to 36,793 as Boris prepares to decide if lockdown should be eased further
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