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The Guardian’s main image is of the four protesters celebrating outside Bristol Crown Court. The paper says anti-racism campaigners hailed the jury’s decision to clear them as “a huge step in getting the UK to face up to its colonial past”. It notes the defence had urged jurors to “be on the right side of history” – describing the continued display of the Edward Colston statue as potentially constituting a crime in itself.

Guardian Front Page 24th of May 2022

Johnson is facing fresh allegations that he lied to MPs after photos emerged of him toasting a senior aide at a Downing Street leaving drinks event during a national lockdown. Following the event in November 2020, the Metropolitan Police fined staff for attending, but did not punish Mr. Johnson, reports The Guardian.

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