The Daily Mirror leads on the prime minister’s holiday, with the headline: “Only here for the peer.” The paper says that Mr Johnson is staying in a luxury villa which belongs to Zac Goldsmith, who he made a peer in 2019. The paper quotes shadow Treasury minister Bridget Phillipson, who said: “In the teeth of a crisis of its own making, the government has put its ‘out of office’ sign on.”
In the Daily Mirror, there is an article headlined, ‘How did he get away with this? ‘, which shows Boris Johnson toasting at a lockdown party he denied ever took place. The paper said it was part of a series of photos exposing his partygate defense.
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