The Guardian is also leading with the questions over the Downing Street Christmas party and the video of senior staff joking about it. The paper says the prime minister is “facing accusations of lying” about whether the festivities “broke Covid rules or took place at all”, as both the government and Mr Johnson continue to deny any party occurred.
In a move that could make it harder to bring successful legal challenges against the government, Justice Secretary Dominic Raab plans to curb judges’ powers – The Guardian reports that the proposals have raised alarms.
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