Former Johnson chief of staff: We planned to oust him just days after we won the election
Former Cabinet chief and former British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's closest aide Dominic Cummings has made public the fact that a few days after the Conservatives' electoral triumph in November 2019, he and his associates conspired to oust him from his newly won post due to that he was removing BREX activists from his job as prime minister.
In an interview with the BBC, Cummings said that it was only in January 2020 that it was realized that Johnson "had no plans" and that, influenced by his then-girlfriend (now wife) Carrie Symonds, he wanted to distance himself and other right-wingers. from influential positions.
"People were saying, 'Since the summer, the only thing we've thought about is how we're going to get rid of Johnson and put someone else in the post of prime minister,'" Cummings said in his first television interview since leaving 10 Downing. Street ”.
This has only been the latest of many revelations that Cummings has made public in recent months, such as the fact that Johnson initially did not believe in the coronavirus and did not agree to take any preventative measures until it was too late.