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Dominic Cummings. Photo: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg

Barristers have taken to social media and the national newspapers to offer their views on whether the U.K. Prime Minister’s most senior adviser, Dominic Cummings, broke lockdown rules by travelling to Durham with his family while his wife had COVID-19.

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Hannah Roberts

Hannah joined Legal Week in May 2018 after finishing her degree at Kingston University. Her areas of focus are corporate, M&A, private equity and restructuring at UK and City-based US law firms.

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