In a separate story involving the PM’s former adviser, a government contract given to a firm whose founders were friends of Dominic Cummings has been ruled lawful by the Court of Appeal. Last year, the High Court ruled that a £550,000 contract awarded to PR firm Public First was unlawful as it gave rise to “apparent bias” – a decision which has now been overturned. The government has welcomed the ruling, while Mr Cummings said it was a “total vindication” of his decision. Campaign group the Good Law Project, which challenged the legality of the contract, said it planned to appeal.

Source: BBC

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