The departure of Sedwill will be seen as a victory for the Prime Minister’s main assistant, Dominic Cummings, who faced Sedwill in a power struggle in Whitehall. Lord Kerslake, a former head of the public service, said that Sedwill had been unfairly tarnished by Johnson’s aides and that his treatment was “unacceptable”.
Guardian political correspondent Kate Proctor has an analysis of what Sedwill’s resignation for Brexit means.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson will conduct an interview with Times Radio, which will be launched today. Johnson should be at 8:10 a.m.
As the country breaks free from the lockdown, Johnson tries to bring attention back to his national agenda. He pledged to give schools in England a £ 1 billion reconstruction program to give children “world class education” after months out of the classroom, and promises to help the economy. to rebound after the coronavirus crisis.
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