Cummings, who had a front-row seat for much of the pandemic decision-making before leaving government late past year, told a parliamentary committee last month that Hancock was "disastrously incompetent" and should have been fired for "15 to 20 things".
No 10 insisted Mr Johnson still has full confidence in the Health Secretary, with the Prime Minister's official spokesman simply replying "yes" when asked during a Westminster briefing.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has full confidence in his under-fire health secretary, his spokesman said Wednesday, despite private WhatsApp exchanges emerging in which he appears to slam the minister's "hopeless" handling of the pandemic.
As well as describing the availability of PPE equipment was "a disaster", and contemplating putting Michael Gove in charge, Mr Johnson appears to use a profanity at one point in describing his Health Secretary as "hopeless" over testing policy.
In one exchange on March 3rd past year, Mr Cummings highlighted the US's rapid increase of testing capacity and criticised Mr Hancock for saying he was "sceptical" about meeting a new United Kingdom target having earlier said it would "definitely" be met.
In one message from March 27 2020, the contact appearing to be Mr Johnson says the handling of testing was "totally f*****g hopeless", in another he says "it's Hancock". During his appearance, he labelled Hancock "a liar".
Cummings said: "The Secretary of State for Health [Matt Hancock] should have been fired for at least 15 or 20 things, including lying to everybody in multiple occasions in meeting after meeting in the cabinet room and publicly".
And now, in what he said was his response to Mr Hancock's testimony, Mr Cummings has described his latest blogpost as being created to include "just a few things to support what I told MPs and show that No10/Hancock have repeatedly lied about the failures last year".
Health Secretary Matt Hancock watches Prime Minister Boris Johnson speak during PMQs.
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Defence Minister Benny Gantz met with the military chief of staff, the police commissioner and other senior security officials. After capturing east Jerusalem in 1967, Israel annexed it in a move not recognised by most of the worldwide community.
"Raab can chair meetings properly instead of telling rambling stories and jokes", Mr Cummings added.
Mr Cummmings also claimed Mr Johnson has a "clear plan" to leave Downing Street "at the latest a couple of years after the next election", which is scheduled for 2024.
At the end of his blogpost, Mr Cummings listed a "few simple questions" to ask Mr Johnson.
Downing Street and the health secretary have yet to respond to the latest revelations. The Prime Minister confirms a four-week delay to the lifting of all restrictions in England beyond 21 June.
Hancock told members of Parliament this month he acted with "honesty and integrity" throughout the crisis, and denied Cummings' claims that he lied to Johnson about testing patients who were being moved into care homes.
Labour's deputy leader Angela Rayner branded the accusations from Mr Cummings as "absolutely damning".
"Any minister who has been found to have broken the ministerial code and lied should and must resign".
Asked if the Prime Minister called Mr Hancock hopeless, the spokesman said: "I'm not planning to engage with every allegation put forward, the Prime Minister worked very closely with the health and care secretary throughout and continues to do so".
That brings the pandemic total up to 7,652, while the death toll remained stagnant at 72, where it has been since May 28. In Sheboygan County, not only were there no new cases reported, but their total number of cases also went down.
Late Tuesday an entire apartment complex in Southbank went into lockdown for 14 days, after two cases of the virus were detected. Management said they were working with contractors, the health department and traders to reopen as soon as possible.
The officials as well as the Finland team walked off the field while the Denmark players stayed until Erikson was carried off. Eriksen collapsed in the first half of Denmark's game against Finland in Copenhagen, causing the suspension of the match.
The agenda includes talks on climate change, the global response to COVID-19 and the taxation of multinational corporations. When Group of Seven leaders got down to business on the economy at their first summit session on Friday, U.K.
Paul, Minn., had even previously suggested Frazier should win the Pulitzer Prize for taping the arrest that would later go viral. During her testimony at Chauvin's trial, Frazier told jurors that she sometimes wishes she had done more to help Floyd.
Premier Jason Kenney unveiled some details of the "Open for Summer Vaccine Lottery" in a video posted to his Twitter account. As of Friday, the province said nearly 69 per cent of those 12 and older had received at least one dose of vaccine.
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Some states have even launched lotteries which only vaccinated people can enter, with prizes of up to several million dollars. Of these states, only Hawaii (52%) has a high vaccination rate, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention .
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McConnell , however, had no problem pushing through the nomination of Judge Amy Coney Barrett (right), a week before the election. Trump appointed three justices, also including Brett Kavanaugh, to the Supreme Court, which now has a 6-3 conservative majority.
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The Bidens arrived at Heathrow in Air Force One this afternoon before stepping out of a Range Rover at the castle at around 5pm. The Queen has not travelled overseas since 2015 when she went to Malta with her late husband Prince Philip.