Dominic Cummings is poised to visit SAS and four other sensitive military sites, a leaked Ministry of Defence (MoD) email revealed on Wednesday, as the Prime Ministers’ top advisor seeks to overhaul the government body. Boris Johnson’s aide will be given a personal tour which will include visits to the Special Boat Service in Dorset, SAS headquarters in Herefordspecialist, and military research laboratories at Porton Down, Wiltshire, according to the email seen by the Sydney Morning Herald. According to the documents, defence secretary Ben Wallace has prohibited officials from talking to the Prime Minister or Mr Cummings regarding the itinerary of the tour. “The secretary of state explicitly does not wish anyone to engage Number 10 or Dominic Cummings on this,” the email said. “It is for the [the minister’s special adviser] and the secretary of state to engage in the first instance before delegating to officials”. Mr Cummings has already been to MI5 and MI6 twice and wishes to be taken to Rapid Capabilities Office at Farnborough and the defence intelligence unit at Wyton, according to the Sydney Morning Herald. Cummings has reportedly had his clearance level observed to ensure he is permitted to visit the key national security sites and can engage in conversations with military… Read full this story
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