Comparing Mr Johnson to a “greased piglet”, over his ability to escape seemingly impossible situations, the Daily Mail asks if he will be able to “wriggle out of this?” The paper described Tuesday as the “most dramatic night in Westminster” since the toppling of Margaret Thatcher. Calling the resignations a “coup attempt”, the Mail reports the prime minister was last night locked in Downing Street plotting his survival in a “fight for his political life”.
‘Air chaos to hit half term’, reports the Daily Mail. Among the top stories in the paper is Heathrow Airport’s announcement that its passenger cap will be extended to the end of October, a move the paper calls draconian.
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