Police turn up at Dominic Cummings’ London home amid backlash over ‘lockdown breaches’



Two police officers have been seen knocking the front door of Dominic Cummings‘ home in north London.

The officers were pictured outside the top aide’s address in Islington at about 3.15pm on Sunday afternoon.

No explanation for why there were there has been given but the Standard has approached the Met for comment.


The townhouse has been a hive of media attention all day as Boris Johnson faces mounting pressure to sack Mr Cummings over his alleged breach of lockdown rules with a 260-mile trip to County Durham.

Police in north London (Getty Images)

Durham Police confirmed they had spoken to Mr Cummings’ father while he was there, despite Downing Street claiming they did not on Saturday.

Fresh allegations surfaced of Mr Cummings reportedly making a second trip to Durham, which he denies.

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