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At least one Downing Street official has been fined for a second event that broke lockdown rules, The Guardian reports.It says Mr Johnson admitted in January that he had attended the May 2020 garden party...

The United Nation’s human rights agency has condemned the prime minister’s Rwanda refugee partnership, stating that it would be unworkable, The Guardian writes. 

Boris Johnson made a surprise trip to Kyiv to meet the Ukrainian president, pledging a major new infusion of British arms and financial aid to the country, reports The Observer.

The Observer leads with the words of the US president, who described Vladimir Putin as a “butcher”, and said he could not be allowed to remain in power.

According to The Guardian, Business Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng said P&O Ferries could face an unlimited fine if its summary sacking of 800 members of staff is found to have breached the law.

Britons who open their homes to Ukrainians fleeing the war will receive £350 a month under a new “cash for accommodation” scheme – and The Observer says Michael Gove is calling for a “national effort”...

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