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Dominic Cummings broke the foundations but will not face a police inquiry into lockdown breach

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The pm, The UK Government health secretary and other cabinet ministers all insisted the controversial adviser journeys fell within the lockdown rules.

Reacting to the latest invention today, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said he should certainly "not be in post,

Cummings had driven 260 miles from his home in london to stay at his parent estate in County Durham, Stating he did so after his wife developedcoronavirussymptoms and he feared his child cannot be cared for if they both fell ill.

He then drove to Barnard Castle so that he could check he felt well enough to drive back to London.

Cummings was adament he had acted "Lawfully and relatively" from start to finish.

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the police statement, made today, had said: "Durham Constabulary have examined conditions surrounding the journey to Barnard Castle (putting ANPR, Witness evidence and analysis Mr Cummings' press conference on 25 May 2020) And have concluded that there has been a minor breach of the Regulations that would have warranted police intervention.

"Durham Constabulary view this as minor because there was no apparent breach of social distancing.

"Had a Durham Constabulary police officer stopped Mr Cummings driving to or from Barnard Castle, The officer would have spoken to him, moreover, Having fixed the facts, Likely advised Mr Cummings to come back to the address in Durham, Providing advice on your schedule of travelling during the pandemic crisis.

"Had this recommendation been accepted by Mr Cummings, No administration action would have been taken,

In an argument Downing Street said: "The police made it clear they are taking no action against Mr Cummings over his self isolation and by going to Durham he did not breach policies. The Prime Minister said he believes Mr Cummings behaved reasonably and legally given instances and he regards this issue as closed,

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