Prime Minister Dominic Cummings, the chief adviser and most influential, had to be taken off Downing Street. A power struggle erupted, with Mr Cummings and his ally Lee Cain, Downing Street Direct Communications, both in favor of Brexit. They were accused of numerous communication crises and macho culture at the heart of the government. Their departure also raises questions about the future direction of UK government policy, at a time when negotiations with the EU on a post-Brexit trade agreement have reached a climax. Sophie Raworth introduces BBC News to Vicki Young, a political editor-in-chief. Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog .
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