Dominic Cummings facing possible police investigation as pressure mounts
Exclusive: retired chemistry teacher Robin Lees makes complaint to police about alleged trip to Barnard Castle
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Dominic Cummings is facing a possible police investigation under health laws over a claim that he breached self-isolation rules in north-east England, after a weekend of mounting pressure on the prime minister to sack his chief adviser.
Retired chemistry teacher Robin Lees made a complaint to the police after reporting that he saw Cummings and his family on 12 April walking in the town of Barnard Castle before getting into a car, a joint investigation by the Guardian and Mirror can reveal.