Good Law Project challenged the Cabinet Office’s refusal to disclose Rishi Sunak’s WhatsApps on the “Eat Out to Help Out” scheme, which caused COVID surge in cases and deaths.
📌 The main points...
- Good Law Project wanted PM Rishi Sunak’s WhatsApp messages on the “Eat Out to Help Out” scheme.
- The scheme increased COVID-19 cases and deaths.
- The Cabinet Office said no, citing the COVID Inquiry.
T he ongoing standoff between the Cabinet Office and the COVID Inquiry regarding the release of Boris Johnson’s WhatsApp messages has garnered significant attention.
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COVID-19 InquiryBoris JohnsonCabinet OfficeConservativesEat Out To Help Out SchemeGood Law ProjectMatt HancockNewsRishi SunakSimon CaseToriesWhatsAppUnited KingdomUK Government