One of the main advisors of the british prime minister, Boris Johnson, Dominic Cummings, has been found to be violating the rules of containment, said newspapers on Friday.
Dominic Cummings left his home in london to move in with his parents to Durham, in the north-east of England, while he exhibited the symptoms of the COVID-19, said the daily Daily Mirror and The Guardian.
The opposition asked for an explanation. “The british people do not expect that there is a law for him and another law for Dominic Cummings,” said a spokesman for the labour Party. Ed Davey, leader of the Liberal democrats, for his part, felt that Mr. Cummings “will resign” if the facts are confirmed.
The police in Durham has confirmed having been informed march 31 that someone had come from London.
Mr. Cummings has been seen with his parents and a child, who appears to be his son, have added the two logs.
To this date, the government of Mr. Johnson asked the population not to go out only to meet their basic needs and demands of those who exhibited symptoms not get out of the house.
Dominic Cummings has been a prominent member of the campaign for a Brexit, and then followed Boris Johnson in 10 Downing Street last year.