The British Prime Minister says he regrets the anger people feel over his chief advisor's decision to drive 260 miles during the lockdown.
Dominic Cummings who was one of the Architects of the lockdown rules in England, took his family from London to be near relatives in Durham, because he was worried he and his wife, might get ill and wouldn't be able to look after their son. But he did go on a trip during the two weeks he was there.
He says he went to Barnard Castle to make sure his eyesight would be able to endure the drive back to London. He’s been accused of using a loophole in the regulations.
Mr Cummings said he doesn’t regret making the journey, but insists he had no intention of breaking the lockdown regulations.