Piers Morgan apologises for not going 'harder' holding 'Government to account'

Former Good Morning Britain presenter Piers Morgan has apologised for not going ‘harder’ when holding the ‘Government to account’ after Dominic Cummings’ shocking testimony over the handling of the coronavirus pandemic.

On Wednesday May 26, Cummings – the former adviser of Prime Minister Boris Johnson – launched a scathing attack on the government’s Covid-19 response.

Cummings admitted to MPs that the government ‘fell disastrously short of the standards the public has a right to expect’ during the pandemic, making a series of damaging allegations, including the claim that Johnson was willing to be injected with coronavirus on live TV to show the public it was ‘just the new swine flu’.

The political strategist said that several ministers were on holiday at the start of the pandemic, and also revealed that the government had a lockdown plan which included a section on ‘who do we not save?’

Cummings’ admissions have sparked shocked among many people, including ex-GMB host Morgan.

In a tweet, Morgan slammed the ‘terrifying level of incompetence’ laid bare by Cummings’ revelations.

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