Will Forster

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Woking’s MP must back calls for Dominic Cummings to go, and put fight against coronavirus first

by willforster on 25 May, 2020

On behalf of the Lib Dems, I have written to Woking’s MP Jonathan Lord, urging him to “end the distractions” and support calls for scandal-hit Dominic Cummings to go, so the country can focus on the coronavirus emergency.

In the letter, I urge all Conservative MPs to “put the interests of your constituents first, end the distractions and join the growing number of Tory MPs who are calling for Dominic Cummings to go.”

The call comes alongside Lib Dem demands for an independent inquiry into the Government’s handling of the coronavirus crisis, while several Conservative MPs have also broken cover to call for Dominic Cummings to quit, amid claims he broke coronavirus lockdown rules twice.

People right across Woking have made incredible sacrifices to stop the coronavirus.  Even if the Prime Minister keeps his blinkers on, Jonathan Lord cannot be oblivious to how angry people are with this scandal.

Each minute this scandal is allowed to drag on is another minute the Government is distracted from upscaling Britain’s testing capacity, securing PPE for frontline workers and preventing the tragic deaths in our care homes.

Woking’s MP must stop defending the indefensible and put the health, wellbeing and economy of our country before efforts to save the Prime Minister’s adviser.

By failing to act, the Prime Minister undermines his own authority to lead the country through this appalling crisis, bringing his own judgement into question.

The Prime Minister must come clean about what he knows and terminate Dominic Cummings’ contract.  It is now clearer than ever that, once we are through this crisis, there must also be an independent inquiry to review the Government’s actions.

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