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Dominic Cummings’ foul WhatsApps reveal the ugly influence the app has on government

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Sebastian Payne, Onward Director, writes for iNews on the prominence of Whatsapp in Westminster.  He writes:



‘WhatsApp’s prominence in Westminster is back in the news, thanks to the Covid inquiry and the litany of foul messages sent by Dominic Cummings about his colleagues. If it was ever in doubt, the inquiry has confirmed power lies between the green encrypted channels. But why did this particular platform become the place where critical national decisions are made? And more importantly, has it had a good, bad or indifferent effect on politics and policy-making?’

Read the full piece here.

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