Being serious for a minute though, you've got to sort out the truth from the spin with Cummings - he's got his own personal agenda in play here - he's the one who looked the whole nation in the eye and told us a big fat lie over Barnard Castle - and never even blinked when doing so.
Posted at 13:42Cummings: I had to move my family due to security threats
Luke Evans asks Mr Cummings about his "infamous trip" to Barnard Castle, and asks where he draws the line between his own responsibility and how he conducts himself in government.
Cummings says that whole episode was a major disaster for the government" and for policy.
He says in the autumn of 2019 he had to move out of his house due to security threats for six weeks.
"On 28 February when I was dealing with the Covid problem I was down in Westminster when my wife called and said there was a gang of people outside saying they were going to break into the house and kill everybody inside, she was alone in the house at the time", he says.
13:44It had already been decided I would move out of London - Cummings
Dominic Cummings says on 22 March there was a story about a fake quote from him which said he was "quite happy for everyone to die, which led to further problems".
He says it had already been decide that he was going to move back out of London regardless of the Covid rules.
"Because of this we kept the whole thing quiet," he says.
He agreed with the prime minister to stonewall the story due to the security concerns.
He says lots of the media stories were wrong, including reports police had spoken to him about Covid rules as they had only spoken to him for security reasons.
13:49Rose garden press conference a 'total disaster'
Dominic Cummings says the prime minister was under political pressure and he had to explain something, which led to the press conference in the No 10 rose garden.
"What I said was true but I left out the crucial part of it all and the whole thing was a total disaster," he says.
He says it was a terrible misjudgment not to explain the situation and it undermined public confidence.
13:54'I am extremely sorry for the whole thing' - Cummings
Asked why he did not apologise during the rose garden press conference, Dominic Cummings says that he thought, for the reasons he has explained, his behaviour was reasonable at the time.
"The truth at the time was, no, I wasn't sorry for moving them out of London."
"I thought it was the right thing to do but I was trapped in only telling part of the story."
"Obviously I am extremely sorry about the way the whole thing worked out," he says.
He adds he had to move his family out of the house twice further due to problems.
13:55Cummings: I thought 'I might die'
Jeremy Hunt asks why Cummings moved his family back to London if he was so worried about the threat to their personal safety.
Cummings says he had been lying in bed in Durham "thinking I might die".
"I was extremely ill" he says and "could hardly walk 50 metres".
He says if it had been up to "him, he would have preferred his wife and child to stay in Durham but his wife would not agree to this because she was so worried about his health.
"The PM had literally nearly just died", he says, and he returned to London with his family because he was trying to do the right thing.
13:58Cummings asked why he didn't apologise before now?
Cummings says stories about him subsequently leaving London in the wake of the trip are "categorically false".
Asked why he has not said all this before, he says it didn't "seem like a sensible thing to do" whilst he was still in post - and didn't want to draw attention to himself after that.