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Cummings: ‘Everyone’ called Johnson a ‘trolley’

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Cummings: ‘Everyone’ called Johnson a ‘trolley’

Cummings: ‘Everyone’ called Johnson a ‘trolley’

Dominic Cummings says former prime minister Boris Johnson was described as an indecisive "trolley" by "pretty much everyone." Mr Johnson’s former chief adviser has hit out at a "dysfunctional" government system during the pandemic, in his evidence to the UK Covid-19 Inquiry.

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