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The Independent leads on the news Boris Johnson is drawing up a list of officials he will ask to offer their resignations over Partygate, in a bid to save his premiership. 

Downing Street staff were ‘told to clean up their phones’ in a bid to remove data that could indicate lockdown parties were held at Number 10, The Independent reports.   

The Independent leads with an exclusive interview from one of Britain’s most senior counterterror police officers who has warned that preventing terror attacks is “more difficult than it’s ever been”.

The government has been accused of trying to “subvert” the justice system after the attorney general announced she may refer the Colston case to the Court of Appeal, according to The Independent. 

The Independent leads with details of a settlement between Jeffrey Epstein and Virginia Giuffre that Prince Andrew’s lawyers believe will stop him from facing a sex abuse trial. You can read more on this story here. 

The Independent has marked a year to the day that the UK left the EU, with a poll showing the people of Britain believe Brexit has done the country more harm than good.

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