Dominic Cummings select committee statement: What time is he speaking today, Wednesday, May 26?

Dominic Cummings select committee statement: What time is he speaking today, Wednesday, May 26?

BORIS Johnson's former top adviser Dominic Cummings will face questions today from lawmakers over the Government's handling of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Below is everything you'll need to know about the select committee, including the time and where to watch it.

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What time is Dominic Cummings' statement today?

The committee will begin at 9:30am today.

It is possible that the committee will last up to six hours meaning it could overlap with the Prime Minister's Questions at midday.

What is Dominic Cummings expected to say?

Cummings is set to sensationally lift the lid on how the Prime Minister acted too slow to lock down the country in the early days of the coronavirus pandemic.

The former top adviser dropped a string of allegations on Twitter over the weekend – some of which might be mentioned in today's committee.

This includes the claim that the Government had initially planned to use the herd immunity approach to the pandemic before it was rapidly ripped up and the country was forced into lockdown.

The scorned ex-adviser will point the finger directly at his former boss and say that thousands of lives were needlessly lost by his "awful decisions".

Dom has threatened to release confidential information from the time of the pandemic – and No10 will be watching carefully to see if he breaks official secret laws.

Cummings is also expected to lash out at Health Sec Matt Hancock for his response during the pandemic.

And he will blast the Westminster bubble for failing to realise the whole country wanted desperately to go into a lockdown.

How can I watch Dominic Cummings' statement live?

You will be able to view the live stream on this page as well as on The Sun's YouTube page.

You can also catch Cummings give his evidence on the Parliament TV website, on BBC iPlayer and Sky News.

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