PM could have killed Queen, it is alleged

Dominic Cummings dropped a bombshell on Prime Minister Boris Johnson in a new interview aired on the BBC tonight (July 20th).

Speaking to Laura Kuenssberg, former Downing Street advisor will accuse Boris Johnson of wanting to have face-to-face meetings with the Queen during the first wave of COVID.

And Cummings claimed he warned his boss that if he passed the virus on to her, he could KILL the monarch.


Dominic Cummings has accused his old boss of endangering the Queen (Photo credit: SplashNews.com)

What did Dominic Cummings say in his BBC interview?

The interview will air in full on BBC Two tonight (July 20th).

In highlights shown on BBC News, Cummings described his alleged exchange with the Prime Minister back in March 2020.

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On March 18, Mr. Cummings claimed that Boris Johnson said, “I will see the Queen. I do that every Wednesday. Damn that. I’ll visit her. “

Then Mr Cummings intervened, he said.

Dominic Cummings BBC interview
Mr Johnson was accused of wanting to meet the Queen during the first wave of COVID (Image Credit: SplashNews.com)

“If you give her coronavirus and she dies, what are you going to do?”

“There are people in this office who isolate. You could have coronavirus. I could have coronavirus, “Cummings reportedly told the prime minister.

“You cannot go to the queen. What if you visit her and give her the queen coronavirus? You obviously can’t go. “

Laura then asked how he had persuaded Mr. Johnson not to leave.

“I just said, ‘If you give her coronavirus and she dies, what are you going to do? [do]? You can not. You can’t risk that. This is completely crazy, ”he said.

“And [the PM] said – he just hadn’t really thought it through – ‘Yes … I can’t go’. “

Dominic Cummings BBC interview
Dominic Cummings makes several explosive claims in interview (Credit: BBC)

How did Downing Street react to the allegations?

Downing Street has denied that the conversation described by Cummings took place.

In response to the allegations, Downing Street said, “Since the pandemic began, the Prime Minister has taken the necessary steps to protect lives and livelihoods, guided by the best of scientific advice.

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“The government he leads has delivered the fastest vaccination in Europe, saved millions of jobs through the vacation program and prevented the NHS from being overwhelmed by three national bans.

“The government is focused solely on getting out of the pandemic cautiously and building better.”

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