Leak inquiry launched as No 10 insiders accuse Dominic Cummings

Reports over former adviser could draw attention away from the contents of leaks such as texts to James Dyson

The Cabinet Office is to launch an internal investigation into the leak of Boris Johnson’s text messages with the billionaire businessman James Dyson – with reports saying that some in No 10 are accusing the prime minister’s former adviser Dominic Cummings of being the source.

The prime minister’s spokesperson said the decision had been made to launch a formal investigation into the leak, which showed that Johnson promised to change tax rules by saying: “I will fix it tomo!” It comes amid growing concern over Johnson’s use of a personal mobile phone in government.

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