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What the fury about Cummings's road trip is really about

30 May 2020

2:06 AM

30 May 2020

2:06 AM

Is Durhamgate over now? It must be. Surely. With a simmering revolt in Hong Kong, riots in Minneapolis, heightened border tensions between India and China, and Twitter censuring the president of the United States, British journalists can’t still be obsessing over whether Dominic Cummings stopped at a petrol station on a drive to Durham.

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