By Chris Kidd • 31 October 2020 • 7:30
Former aide, Dominic Cummings.
Dominic Cummings broke lockdown rules more than 6 times, new evidence has shown.
A former UK prosecutor has called for further action to be taken against Dominic Cummings for his severe and continued breach of lockdown rules implemented in the UK.
The Mirror has reported that Nazir Afzal, a top UK prosecutor who lost his brother to Covid-19, claims that his team of solicitors have uncovered evidence that Cumming breached coronavirus lockdown rule more that 6 times and has compiled the evidence into a dossier that totals 225-pages.
The in-depth dossier has now been submitted to the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) for consideration. Azal wants the CPS to pursue prosecution of Cummings for his flagrant disregard for the law during his 260-mile trip to Durham in March and April this year.
The paper demonstrates a range of evidence including eye witness reports that show Cummings in breach of lockdown rules multiple times.
Cummings still denies his guilt and continues to state that he acted within the confines of the law.
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