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 Boris Johnson is facing another political crisis after a senior Tory accused his government of blackmailing MPs to support him, reports the Metro.

Metro quotes Boris Johnson saying no one warned him that the “bring your own booze” party in Downing Street’s garden would break lockdown rules and should not go ahead.

Dominic Cummings, Boris Johnson’s former chief aide, has insisted the Prime Minister lied about his knowledge of party in the garden of No 10 and has said he and other witnesses will swear “under oath”,...

The paper reports on world number one tennis player Novak Djokovic flying out of Australia after judges told him allowing him to stay in the country would set a bad example.

The Metro reports Prince Andrew has been “booted out of the royal family” as it distances itself from the scandal of his sexual assault lawsuit in the US.

Metro also leads with Boris Johnson facing a barrage of calls to resign after finally admitting he attended a drinks event during lockdown in Downing Street’s garden – claiming he thought it was a work...

Metro reports on how email evidence has emerged of a “bring your own booze” lockdown party at Downing Street – attended by 40 guests including Boris Johnson and his wife, Carrie. 

Omicron may have peaked with new cases falling for five days in a row, suggesting the rollout of booster vaccines and Plan B restrictions are working, writes the Metro.

Metro focuses on Novak Djokovic’s situation in Melbourne. The paper says the tennis star is being kept with asylum seekers in conditions “said to be even worse than TV Aussie jail drama Prisoner Cell Block...

Metro focuses on Boris Johnson’s belief that the UK can “ride out” the current coronavirus wave without needing any more restrictions.op

Millions of families face “seismic” energy bill rises this year, with experts predicting the average annual bill of £1,277 could surge 46% to £1,865 when the energy price cap lifts in April, reports the Metro. 

Deputy PM Dominic Raab has defended a photo of Boris Johnson and others in the Downing Street garden last year at a time when there were limits on mixing.Mr Raab said it showed a place...

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