A member of the british government resigned on Tuesday, disagreed with the rationale provided by the adviser to the Prime minister, Boris Johnson, Dominic Cummings, accused of violating the containment. "There are still points of the explanation with which I have concerns," explained the secretary of State for Scotland, Douglas Ross on Twitter in the aftermath of a press conference, Dominic Cummings explaining the facts.
" The residents of my constituency have not been able to say goodbye to their loved ones, their families have not been able to do their grieving together, people have not been able to visit their sick relatives because they followed the recommendations of the government ", explained in his letter, Douglas Ross. "I can't, in all good faith, say that they were all wrong and as a government advisor was right," he continued.
No regrets, no excuses
Dominic Cummings, the mastermind of the campaign of the referendum to 2016, which has led to the Brexit, said Monday at a press conference that he acted "legal and reasonable" by browsing through 400 kilometres, despite the containment, which required the British to stay at home. Fearing to be contaminated Covid-19, he explained, has travelled with his wife and their 4 year-old son at home with his parents to Durham, in the north-east of England, because he was looking for a solution to keep her child. He has not expressed neither regret nor apology.