Coronavirus: A timeline of Dominic Cummings' movements The prime minister's chief aide is said to have suffered coronavirus-like symptoms at the end of March.

The prime minister's chief aide is said to have suffered coronavirus-like symptoms at the end of March.

Downing Street adviser Dominic Cummings broke lockdown rules by leaving London to travel to his family's home in Durham, according to reports.

Here is a timeline of Mr Cummings' movements since lockdown.

23 March

Strict lockdown rules are imposed which mean people can only leave their houses for essential travel.

In a TV address to the nation, Boris Johnson says people must stay at home to curb the spread of coronavirus.

27 March

Boris Johnson and Health...
source: The Sky News

2020-05-23 01:59
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