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Dominic Cummings Continues Attacks On Government, Calls On Keir Starmer To Lobby Conservatives Against Violent Crime | UK News

Labor should attack the government for its record on violent crime, Dominic Cummings said, as he continued his assault on ministers.

During a two-hour question-and-answer session with paid subscribers to his Substack newsletter, that of Boris Johnson a former senior aide also described the prime minister as “an expert who has fallen into politics and acts like that 99% of the time”.

And according to his revelation of WhatsApp messages allegedly showing the Prime Minister calling Matt Hancock “totally f ****** desperate”, Mr Cummings accused the Health Secretary of “talking nonsense all the time”.

Former Boris Johnson Special Advisor Dominic Cummings speaks to members of the media
Dominic Cummings called on Labor leader Sir Keir Starmer to attack the government’s record on violent crime

The former adviser was asked by an interrogator, “If you were the opposition, what would you do right now to change the polls?”

Mr Cummings replied: “The first thing is to kick the Conservatives on the streets against violent crime.

“But Starmer is obsessed with media / bubbles, he will not reorient himself towards the public…”

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When asked if he was “desperate”, Matt Hancock replied: “I don’t think so”

Urged on who he would replace Sir Keir with if he resigned as leader of the Labor Party, Mr Cummings added: ‘If they have a smart, tough woman from the Midlands who can build a team and wants to win more than ‘she doesn’t want to be loved by the media, she’s the ticket! “

Among the many questions posed by members of the public during the online session was whether Mr Hancock’s comments regarding COVID revealed the broader thoughts of government officials.

“Hancock just talks nonsense all the time, I wouldn’t want to assume that there is complex moral reasoning going on!” he has answered.

Mr Cummings said it was “reasonable” for a reader to ask why he spent so much time and energy in making Mr Johnson become …

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