DOMINIC Cummings has sensationally threatened to release bombshell No10 pandemic papers as he unleashed a new salvo at the Government.
The PM’s scorned ex-aide taunted his old boss by asking Twitter followers whether he should reveal the “crucial historical document” next week.
He then confirmed he will be handing the mysterious file to MPs at a dramatic committee appearance next week.
Mr Cummings is expected to use the session next Wednesday to eviscerate Downing Street’s handling of the crisis after launching a volley of attacks in recent days.
Today he opened up a new front in his tirade by tweeting: “I’ve got the only copy of a historical document from Covid decision-making.”
He then asked users to vote whether he should unveil the files at his committee appearance, on his blog, or via auction.
But amid furious guessing as to the document’s contents he hastily deleted the tweet and confirmed he’ll be handing it to MPs.
The former No10 chief adviser, who was ousted last December following brutal infighting, fired off a flurry of critical tweets in the waiting room to get his first vaccine.
He said Westminster had been “blinded” by the success of the UK’s jab rollout.
And he took aim at tight-lipped ministers for keeping variant contingency plans under wraps.
For the past month he has regularly criticised ministers for failing to close the borders.