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Protesters descend on Dominic Cummings' home

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Protesters descend on Dominic Cummings' home

Protesters descend on Dominic Cummings' home

Protesters have gathered outside the home of Dominic Cummings, the Prime Ministers senior aide.

A sign bearing a quote from the George Orwell’s novel Animal Farm was used to criticise his actions following allegations that he breached the Government’s lockdown rules travelling between London and Durham.

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