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Mr Cummings departs with a “broadside against his boss” according to the Daily Telegraph – claiming Mr Johnson is “indecisive” and accusing the PM of “dithering”. The paper says Mr Cumming’s allies also claimed Mr Johnson “had lost his powers of concentration”. Allies of the PM, meanwhile, say claims of dithering applied to the occasions when Mr Johnson failed to do as Mr Cummings wanted. Mr Cummings tells the Telegraph that reports the PM accused him of wrongdoing during a final meeting were “invention”. “We had a laugh together,” he adds.