Cummings suggests government has achieved meaningful planning changes by stealth

The Prime Minister’s former chief of staff Dominic Cummings has claimed that the government last year achieved meaningful changes to the planning system using secondary legislation, which was "barely discussed publicly" so that MPs would not “get over-excited”.

by Michael Donnelly
Dominic Cummings (Getty)
Dominic Cummings (Getty)

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