“Johnson’s scapegoats” is the headline dominating the front of the Daily Mirror as the paper joins several others to report the steps the prime minister is taking in a bid to save his premiership. The paper says Boris Johnson is poised to sack senior officials over “partygate”, in what the paper calls a “desperate bid to save his own career”. The paper also alleges that Mr Johnson was at another No 10 party before Christmas 2020.
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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