Dominic Cummings, top aide to Boris Johnson says he “don’t know very much about very much”
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Brexit Britain has become nothing short of an international laughing stock in an ever growing long list of dark comic moments as the nation slowly descends into self inflicted ruin.
No Deal Brexit supporter and top aide to PM Boris Johnson has been under scrutiny this week after he claimed even if the government ousted Johnson in a vote of no confidence he could delay it and drag it out until after 31 October 2019 when he would have already forced a no deal Brexit.
Labour, Greens and Lib Dems reminded him that it could actually be pushed into a 14 day turn around to form a new administration without a general election if enough MPs voted to do so.
Lost for words and seemingly unaware of the parliamentary proceedings Cumming told Sky News reporters “I don’t know very much about very much.” Reassuring for the UK’s top political aide.
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