November 13th. According to a comprehensive British media report on the 13th, sources said that Dominic Cummings, the chief adviser to British Prime Minister Johnson, may leave before the end of 2020.
According to the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), a senior Downing Street source said that Cummings will “leave the government” before Christmas. British Sky News also reported that in a blog post in January, Cummings revealed that he planned to leave at the end of 2020.
Earlier, Cummings’ ally, British Prime Minister Johnson’s communications director, Lee Cain, resigned due to tensions in Downing Street. Kane and Cummings worked together to promote the “Brexit” movement during the UK’s “Brexit” referendum. Kane’s departure sparked speculation that Cummings will also leave.
According to reports, during the “Brexit” referendum, Cummings put forward the slogan “Regain control”, taking the huge amount of “contributions” that the United Kingdom should pay to the EU every year to support its own medical system as a “selling point”, and the British “European Doubt” public approval.
In the parliamentary election at the end of 2019, Cummings formulated the campaign slogan “Fix Brexit”, which impressed many voters who were tired of the prolonged “Brexit” process and contributed to the final victory of the Conservative Party.
As a member of Johnson’s senior team, Cummings helped the Conservative Party win an overwhelming victory in the 2019 general election. After becoming British Prime Minister, Johnson appointed Cummings as his chief adviser.