Dominic Cummings says government never intended to stick to Brexit deal it signed and would 'ditch bits we didn't like' after 'whacking Corbyn' | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED X-Frame-Options: SAMEORIGIN

Dominic Cummings says government never intended to stick to Brexit deal it signed and would 'ditch bits we didn't like' after 'whacking Corbyn'

Dominic Cummings has suggested it was not the government's intention to stick to its own Brexit deal.

Instead, the Prime Minister's former advisor has claimed he planned to 'ditch bits we didn't like' from the agreement after winning the 2019 general election.

In a series of tweets last night, Mr Cummings said that the UK should 'of course' be allowed to 'sometimes' break deals 'like every other state does'.

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