Angry Labour MPs cited Dominic Cummings after Boris Johnson blamed coronavirus rule-breakers for the second spike of infections.
Public trust in the government has not recovered since Cummings trip to Durham was revealed in May, the study found.
The government adviser – who claimed he drove to Barnard Castle during lockdown to test his eyesight – will be sent up in a revival of the hit 80s satirical puppet show.
The chief nursing officer for England says she was dropped from a Number 10 press briefing after saying lockdown rules should apply to all.
On his return to GMB, Piers Morgan has laid into Dominic Cummings saying the government adviser 'single-handedly destroyed' the coronavirus lockdown
Rosie Duffield, the MP for Canterbury, admitted meeting up with her partner while they were living separately.
The Change.org petition, created by Gary Kelly on 25 May, calls for the aide to be sacked after his actions were defended by Boris Johnson.
The government's scientific advisers were told months ago that its coronavirus messaging lacked clarity.
Yvette Cooper accused the prime minister of putting his 'political concerns' ahead of public health messaging.
The PM told MPs that the public is not concerned about what his chief adviser 'may or may not have done'.
The BBC has dismissed complaints Laura Kuenssberg leapt to the defence of Dominic Cummings once news broke of his coronavirus lockdown trip to Durham.
The 'Phoenix Nights' star changed the lyrics to '(Is This The Way To) Amarillo' to mock Dominic Cummings' claims he drove to Barnard Castle to test his eyesight.
The Tory has been a staunch defender of the prime minister’s embattled senior adviser, who is under fire for travelling from London during lockdown.
The 'Newsnight' presenter summed up the controversy surrounding the actions of Boris Johnson's senior aide with withering condemnation.
Robin Lees said the reaction after he spoke to The Guardian about what he thought he had seen had been "pretty awful”.
Matt Hancock said the government will examine fines handed out for any families punished for travelling for childcare reasons.
Michael Gove incorrectly said Dominic Cummings had been allowed to drive to Barnard Castle. Here's why.
William Wragg, the MP for Hazel Grove, said the government risked losing public support with its response.
Tory MPs have called for the PM's to go after it emerged he drove from London to County Durham to self isolate with COVID-19 symptoms.