“The home of UK’s worst Covid law-breakers” says the Daily Mirror’s front page, alongside a picture of the Downing Street sign. The paper says that the 100 fixed penalty notices now issued by police to “people in power who MADE the rules” is a record.
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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