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Boris Johnson’s former chief advisor Dominic Cummings appears to have broken rules requiring him to seek official advice before setting up a new paid-for Substack newsletter and offering his skills as a management consultant.

On Thursday, Dominic Cummings started a Substack newsletter, promising a mixture of free and paid content including details on his time in Downing Street. He says that “a lot of” his writing on coronavirus and some writing on his time in Downing Street will be free, while other more “recondite” – or concealed – content on Downing Street as well as commentary on the media, Westminster, and the 2019 general election will be for subscribers only.

Cummings is also offering his skills, as well as those of his network, to people hoping to win elections, improve their marketing, solve management problems, predict events, establish dashboards, and to hear him talk, saying that “fees slide from zero to lots depending on who you are / your project…”

However, the Advisory Committee on Business Appointments (ACOBA), which considers applications under the Business Appointment Rules from the most senior civil servants and their special adviser equivalents, has confirmed to Insider that they have not had an application from Cummings.

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Source:: Businessinsider – Politics


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