1. Boris Johnson sparks calls for resignation over ‘partygate’  Punch Newspapers
  2. ‘Vain, fickle, hypocritical’: how Europe sees Boris Johnson after partygate  The Guardian
  3. Required reading for Boris Johnson and every Tory MP  The Guardian
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European media paints devastating picture of Boris Johnson as emperor with no clothesEuropean media paints devastating picture of Boris Johnson as emperor with no clothes

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UNITED Kingdom — “I’d think twice about it,” Uxbridge resident Veronika Machu said of voting again for her local MP Boris Johnson, after a slew of lockdown partying allegations. Voters in suburban Uxbridge, on the fringes of Greater London, feel anger, disappointment and resignation at the ongoing accusations, including that the prime minister’s staff partied […]

British PM sparks anger, resignation on streets over 'partygate' | Inquirer News

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Also on the daily podcast: the covid-era business moves of religious institutions and road rage gets deadlier in America | PodcastsAlso on the daily podcast: the covid-era business moves of religious institutions and road rage gets deadlier in America

“People shouldn’t be surprised he broke the rules; that’s part of his appeal”—Boris Johnson under fire | The Economist

In just one news bulletin across 15 minutes, the BBC ran to protect the Queen, Boris Johnson and MI5 all at onceIn just one news bulletin across 15 minutes, the BBC ran to protect the Queen, Boris Johnson and MI5 all at once

BBC News just showed why it's such a threat to democracy - The Canary

In reality, Boris Johnson’s fate now lies in the hands of a few of his most senior cabinet colleagues, writes Andrew Woodcock In reality, Boris Johnson’s fate now lies in the hands of a few of his most senior cabinet colleagues, writes Andrew Woodcock

The removal of Tory leaders can be brutal – or down to a bloodless ballot | The Independent

Following solemn apologies to the public and the Queen, The Prime Minister is left hanging on by a threadFollowing solemn apologies to the public and the Queen, The Prime Minister is left hanging on by a thread

After a week defined by boozy leaving parties, Boris Johnson could soon be planning his own

Sue Gray this, Sue Gray that. “Sue Gray: a profile”. “Sue Gray is expected to …”, Sue Gray will/Sue Gray won’t, Sue Gray might…What the blazes is going on witSue Gray this, Sue Gray that. “Sue Gray: a profile”. “Sue Gray is expected to …”, Sue Gray will/Sue Gray won’t, Sue Gray might…What the blazes is going on wit

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Gray’s biggest challenge is that she is writing her report for two audiences: Westminster insiders and the now-gripped British publicGray’s biggest challenge is that she is writing her report for two audiences: Westminster insiders and the now-gripped British public

I've seen how scrupulous Sue Gray is, but Boris Johnson has already undermined the public trust in her report

The Prime Minister will always be the man who partied while the bodies piled high, and then refused to even see why that was wrong.

Boris Johnson never thought the rules applied to him. At last, the public has noticed - New Statesman

MICK HUME: In its reporting of this week's Partygate drama, the BBC has once again confirmed its role as the Boris Bashing Corporation.MICK HUME: In its reporting of this week's Partygate drama, the BBC has once again confirmed its role as the Boris Bashing Corporation.

MICK HUME: Whatever you think of Boris, the BBC's obsessive campaign to destroy him is a disgrace | Daily Mail Online

From his comments about coronavirus deaths to his handling of sleaze allegations it has been a year to forget for the PM who took over from Theresa May in 2019. From his comments about coronavirus deaths to his handling of sleaze allegations it has been a year to forget for the PM who took over from Theresa May in 2019.

Boris Johnson's 8 worst moments from disastrous last 12 months as Prime Minister's future hangs in balance - Daily Record

Ask any Brit to conjure up their most vivid image of Boris Johnson and chances are it would be his stunt-gone-wrong during the London Olympics. Now, almost 10 years later, his career hangs by a far more tenuous wire.Ask any Brit to conjure up their most vivid image of Boris Johnson and chances are it would be his stunt-gone-wrong during the London Olympics. Now, almost 10 years later, his career hangs by a far more tenuous wire.

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It was always likely that something trivial would bring down Boris Johnson. It would never be policy because Johnson is, ideologically, something of an empty vessel. Throughout his career, it has always been unclear what, besides advancing his own interests, he actually believes in.It was always likely that something trivial would bring down Boris Johnson. It would never be policy because Johnson is, ideologically, something of an empty vessel. Throughout his career, it has always been unclear what, besides advancing his own interests, he actually believes in.

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Boris Johnson’s party problem

Boris Johnson's critics say moves to oust the prime minister are set to begin to gather pace - but are Conservative MPs really ready to take a punt on someone as untested as the chancellor or the foreign secretary?Boris Johnson's critics say moves to oust the prime minister are set to begin to gather pace - but are Conservative MPs really ready to take a punt on someone as untested as the chancellor or the foreign secretary?

Boris Johnson is skating on thin ice but Tories aren't ready to drop a proven election winner | Politics News | Sky News

The Prime Minister is coming under enormous pressure to shoulder the responsibility for his participation at a party in Downing Street. If he were to resign, he'd be joining a long list of British political leaders who have fallen on their sword The Prime Minister is coming under enormous pressure to shoulder the responsibility for his participation at a party in Downing Street. If he were to resign, he'd be joining a long list of British political leaders who have fallen on their sword

Has the Prime Minister ever resigned? All the cases from the 21st century - Mirror Online

A letter from Lyle Cubitt:A letter from Lyle Cubitt:

There is public outrage over Boris Johnson and Covid but not over Tony Blair and IRA | Belfast News Letter

BORIS Johnson has been accused of being 'ashamed' of Brexit and acting as if nothing more needs to be done, by a leading anti-EU campaigner.BORIS Johnson has been accused of being "ashamed" of Brexit and acting as if nothing more needs to be done, by a leading anti-EU campaigner.

Brexit news: Boris 'ashamed of leaving EU' as 'Remainer civil service given free pass' | Politics | News | Express.co.uk

Boris Johnson's fate lies in the hands of his Conservative colleagues - will he remain as prime minister after partygate?

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But if you wish to remove a Prime Minister, then there is a proper time and place to do so. That is at the ballot box, at the time of the next election.But if you wish to remove a Prime Minister, then there is a proper time and place to do so. That is at the ballot box, at the time of the next election.

Patrick Timms: There is a plot by persons unknown to remove Johnson, oust the Conservatives – and install Starmer | Conservative Home

Another morning, another raft of parties in No 10 during restrictions. This time, in April 2021, the Prime Minister didn’t attend — he was at Chequers — but his head of operations allegedly DJ-ed the night away in the basement, a suitcase of booze was wheeled in, others caroused in the garden, even breaking little Wilf’s swing. Another morning, another raft of parties in No 10 during restrictions. This time, in April 2021, the Prime Minister didn’t attend — he was at Chequers — but his head of operations allegedly DJ-ed the night away in the basement, a suitcase of booze was wheeled in, others caroused in the garden, even breaking little Wilf’s swing.

How many more No 10 parties will it take before Boris Johnson resigns? | Evening Standard

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The Daily Beast’s Nico Hines and AFP’s Dave Clark discuss Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s week from hell on France 24’s The World This Week.The Daily Beast’s Nico Hines and AFP’s Dave Clark discuss Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s week from hell on France 24’s The World This Week.

Is ‘Partygate’ Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s One-Way Ticket to the Political Graveyard?

What a difference a day, or 12 hours, makes in politics.What a difference a day, or 12 hours, makes in politics.

The Tories are eating themselves and it’s great for Boris Johnson | HeraldScotland

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My TV clash with Edwina Currie over Johnson’s liesMy TV clash with Edwina Currie over Johnson’s lies

My TV clash with Edwina Currie over Johnson’s lies - The Conservative Woman

Getting rid of Johnson means striking out on an independent course of political and social struggle, in opposition to all the political representatives of big business.Getting rid of Johnson means striking out on an independent course of political and social struggle, in opposition to all the political representatives of big business.

Johnson government plunged into crisis, the working class must bring it down - World Socialist Web Site

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Photo by Justin Tallis/Pool/AFP via Getty Images Boris Johnson stands in the House of Commons today and has…

Is this the end of Boris Johnson? - TittlePress

Liberal Democrat Leader Ed Davey has called on the Prime Minister Boris Johnson to resign for breaking Covid lockdown rules.Liberal Democrat Leader Ed Davey has called on the Prime Minister Boris Johnson to resign for breaking Covid lockdown rules.

Boris Johnson must resign

It is an irony that future historians will relish: the man who raised Boris Johnson to the greatest office of state —...It is an irony that future historians will relish: the man who raised Boris Johnson to the greatest office of state —...

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