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· Dominic Cummings refuses to resign or apologise for lockdown breach →
Some scientists warned that public loss of trust in the official advice could severely damage the test-and-trace strategy that is vital to managing the coronavirus epidemic and may lead to a new spike in infections.
· Defiant Dominic Cummings ‘does not regret’ lockdown trip to Durham amid public and Tory anger →
The Right Reverend Paul Butler, Bishop of Durham, said the public’s trust had been “broken”.
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This requires a mindset in which you have sufficient trust in the strategy to go along with it.
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· New York City Doesn’t Have to Suffer This Summer →
Mr. Benepe, senior vice president at the Trust for Public Land, was the New York City Parks Commissioner from 2002 to 2012.
· Cummings has done enough to save his job - but public trust in Boris Johnson's government has gone →
It may be unfair, but he needs to go if the prime minister is to rebuild trust with the people – trust that will be needed more than ever as he tries to lead the nation out of lockdown.
· Dominic Cummings fuels British anger after flouting lockdown →
As one of those involved in SPI-B, the Government advisory group on behavioural science, I can say that in a few short minutes tonight, Boris Johnson has trashed all the advice we have given on how to build trust and secure adherence to the measures necessary to control COVID-19.
· UK PM's top aide Cummings defies calls to resign →
But he is also a trusted adviser who first helped Johnson become prime minister and then choreographed Britain's delayed exit from the European bloc.
· Trust in the government is truly in jeopardy, and Dominic Cummings did little to help →
Once lost, trust is a genie out of the bottle.
· Cummings's Durham trip could harm test-and-trace coronavirus strategy, experts say →
Public loss of trust in government advice after Dominic Cummings’s decision to travel to Durham during the lockdown could severely damage the test-and-trace strategy that is vital to managing the coronavirus epidemic and may lead to a new spike in infections, say experts.