“Where will it all end?” asks the Daily Express’s headline after the Colston verdict. It says the acquittal of the four activists – Jake Skuse, Rhian Graham, Milo Ponsford and Sage Willoughby – has prompted “fears other monuments will be targeted”.
Following the Sue Gray report detailing a series of lockdown-breaking events in Downing Street, Boris Johnson has promised to get on with “tackling the big issues facing Britain,” the Daily Express reports.
According to the Daily Express, Scotland Yard ruled that Boris Johnson was not partying on photographs taken during a lockdown. The police have viewed the photos and concluded Mr Johnson was present in his work capacity.
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