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All hail, Prime Minister Dominic Cummings

Dominic Cummings (Image: Sky News) When 14 million Brits turned up to vote for the Conservatives on Thursday 12th December 2019, how many of them did so because they wanted Boris Johnson to continue as Prime Minister? Getting a precise figure for this will be impossible, unless we interviewed every single voter. However, I'm not sure if most of them went to the polls thinking that Johnson won't be the most significant figure in 10 Downing Street. It has been two months since Johnson won the general election for the Tories and yet there have been decisions made under his watch that has provoked people to say 'Oh, Boris wouldn't have done that'. In recent weeks, we have seen the potentially turbulent future of the BBC discussed , the cherry picking of journalists he wants to brief on important national matters and the sudden resignation of Sajid Javid as Chancellor. Writer and Sky One's The Pledge panellist, Rachel Johnson, also sister of the Prime Minis