And finally, the Daily Star says the “massive hunt for Deputy PM Dominic Raab’s brain” is continuing, following the explosive whistleblower testimony about problems with the withdrawal from Afghanistan this summer while he was foreign secretary. The papers says the testimony about dysfunction in the Foreign Office has exposed the politician as being “slightly thicker than custard”.
A picture published by The Daily Star shows the prime minister raising a glass at a leaving party in Downing Street during lockdown restrictions, which has sparked fresh accusations that he lied to parliament.
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