As The Guardian notes this morning:
After four months of hearings, the official Covid inquiry reaches a week of hugely significant and potentially damning testimony, evidence that could shine a deeply unforgiving light on the inner workings of Boris Johnson's government.
Among the witnesses are Dominic Cummings, Johnson's former chief adviser, and Lee Cain, his ex-communications chief, plus a string of other senior aides and top civil servants of the time – several of whom first became known to the public because of illicit Covid parties.
Is it just me thinking this, or is someone at the inquiry with a dark sense of humour trolling Cummings by demanding that he present his evidence on Halloween? The evidence will be under oath and discussion can cover his trip to Barnard Castle.
More importantly, it's widely thought that his WhatsApps are daming. There is much on in the world, but it's worth keeping an eye on this.
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