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No 10 : Cummings believes he behaved ‘reasonably and legally’ with lockdown trip

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No 10 : Cummings believes he behaved ‘reasonably and legally’ with lockdown trip

No 10 : Cummings believes he behaved ‘reasonably and legally’ with lockdown trip

Downing Street has said Dominic Cummings believed he “behaved reasonably and legally” when he travelled from his London home to County Durham during the lockdown.

Opposition MPs have accused Number 10 of a “cover-up” and called for the Prime Minister’s top aide to resign after it emerged that he had driven 260 miles despite the guidelines on travelling.

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