DOMINIC CUMMINGS has put himself at the heart of a powerful Downing Street operation driving a UK civil service revolution – and according to former Ukip MP Douglas Carswell, the effects of the shake-up are already visible.
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After 13 months working at the most famous address in British politics, Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s chief adviser Dominic Cummings left Downing Street. The Brexit guru moved his office into 70 Whitehall, a short walk from his old base in Number 10. The moment passed without political hysteria – but the motivations behind it go to the heart of what Mr Johnson’s Government wants to achieve.
Dr Jon Davis, from King’s College London, told BBC: “What you need is a Number 10 where you push a button or pull a lever and things actually happen. “There’s nothing more frustrating for a Prime Minister than the idea that you have the…
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