Dominic Cummings is reportedly considering buying a house on an island off the coast of Northumberland to be outside the blast zone in the event of a nuclear attack on London.
According to Guido reports, Boris Johnson’s former chief advisor is considering a property on Lindisfarne – otherwise known as the Holy Island – to protect his family in the event of a nuclear war.
Cummings has a long history of sharing his thoughts on the possibility of a nuclear strike here in Blighty.
He has tweeted about the possibility of it happening on numerous occasions, most recently in relation to NATO meddling in the Russo/ Ukraine border.
And his calculations do add up.
Judging by the radius from the Bikini Atoll test, about 450 kilometres is precisely what you’d need to be safe from a direct hit on London.
Just hope the svengali likes his oysters and mead!
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