Boris Johnson’s special adviser Dominic Cummings attacks ‘f****** mad’ justice system

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The Prime Minister’s right-hand man attacked the justice system during a discussion about crime policy last week. Mr Cummings insisted too many foreign criminals who commit serious offences in Britain are not deported or end up returning.

He also warned the public thinks politicians are “crazy” for failing to take a tougher stance, the Mail on Sunday reported.

Mr Johnson’s top aide said: “The whole thing is absolutely f****** mad and we’re going to change it.”

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About 12 percent of the prison population is thought to be from overseas.

Mr Johnson appointed Mr Cummings, who ran Vote Leave during the Brexit campaign, as his special adviser following his move to No 10.

He was recently played by Benedict Cumberbatch in a film about the 2016 referendum called Brexit: The Uncivil War.

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And Mr Cummings was previously a special adviser to Michael Gove.

Speaking to Sky News earlier this week, Mr Cummings said preparations for leaving the EU with no deal on October 31 were going “great”.

He added: “The most simple thing is the Prime Minister believes that politicians don’t get to choose which votes they respect, that is the critical issue.”

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Boris Johnson’s special adviser Dominic Cummings attacks ‘f****** mad’ justice system

The Prime Minister’s right-hand man attacked the justice system during a discussion about crime policy last week. Mr Cummings insisted too many foreign criminals who commit serious offences in Britain are not deported or end up returning. He also warned the public thinks politicians are “crazy” for failing to take a tougher stance, the Mail on Sunday reported.

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