MPs concerned by Dominic Cummings ‘reign of terror’, and his frequent threats to send those who complain to ‘the pit’.

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MPs concerned by Dominic Cummings 'reign of terror', and his frequent threats to send those who complain to 'the pit'

MPs are concerned about Dominic Cummings ‘reign of terror’ after he sacked an adviser to Sajid Javid.

Senior politicians have called for a top-level inquiry into how Dominic Cummings was able to sack an adviser to Sajid Javid without his knowledge.

MPs are also concerned by Cumming frequently stating that anybody who questions him will be ‘cast into the pit.’

Javid’s adviser,  Sonia Khan, was sacked by Cummings, and then escorted by armed police out of Downing Street.

On Anonymous MP states that he saw Khan being discretely led back into Downing Street through a side door, but nobody has seen her since.

They bought this up with Cummings who only responded by repeating the whispered phrase ‘The pit has been fed’, until the MP left.

Labour MP Yvette Cooper criticised Cummings, saying: “Government advisers must not abuse their power by drawing the police into heavy- handed political stunts.”

Tory colleagues have defended Cummings’ actions, and suggest there is nothing to worry about.
“It’s not really a pit,” said Priti Patel, “More of a gaping chasm into a void. To call it ‘a pit’ is just crude.”

Numerous papers tried to reach Cummings for comment, but he had every reporter who called him fired.

 

 

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