London —  British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's chief adviser declined to resign on Monday, saying he had done nothing wrong by driving 400km from London to access childcare when Britons were being told to stay at home to fight Covid-19.

Dominic Cummings has faced calls to resign from some MPs, Church of England bishops, police officers and scientists over his trip to Durham in northern UK, which they said had damaged citizens' trust in public health messaging...

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