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Daily Telegraph readers are met with the changing facial expressions of the prime minister’s former top aide, Dominic Cummings, on its front page, as he made a series of explosive claims about mistakes made by the government during the Covid pandemic. The paper says Mr Cummings was “taking his revenge”. An unnamed adviser to a cabinet minister tells the paper he was “quite selective on what he remembered” and suggested that the public would see him “as bitter”. The paper says the government “will attempt to fight back” against the claims today, with Mr Hancock due to answer an urgent question in the House of Commons. Downing Street has ruled out an imminent reshuffle, the paper adds.