The Guardian – Cummings texts show PM calling Matt Hancock ‘totally hopeless’
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Cummings texts show PM calling Matt Hancock ‘totally hopeless’
The Guardian says Mr Cummings made the new revelations in a 7,000 word essay where he mocked the PM, claiming Mr Johnson intended to leave office after the next election to “have fun and make money”.
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