Dominic Cummings advised Sir Keir Starmer to campaign harder on crime as he launched a two-pronged Twitter attack on Labour and the Tories following Friday's election results. Mr Cummings, chief adviser to Boris Johnson until December last year, took Sir Keir to task over his focus on "media reality" and the "babble" of journalists. "We have a Number 10 and Opposition who see their job as Media Entertainment Service and neither knows how to do this better than TB/Mandy [Tony Blair and Peter Mandelson]," he wrote. "Neither will try to be… a government." Attacking Sir Keir, whom he described as "bad", Mr Cummings also claimed he did not know who the shadow chancellor was until he googled it on Wednesday. "She [Anneliese Dodds] never touched my consciousness in a year," he said, adding that there was "zero impact of any Labour economic message of any kind".