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The Times front page says Tory MPs who want to oust Boris Johnson are considering publishing a secretly recorded conversation with the chief whip and text messages after they accused the government of blackmail.

Tory MPs plotting to oust Boris Johnson have granted him a reprieve until after the investigation into Downing Street’s parties has concluded, The Times has learnt.

Boris Johnson will call in the military to stem the number of migrant boats crossing the Channel as part of a plan to save his position, according to The Times.

The Times reports Boris Johnson has been warned by cabinet ministers that he is in the “last chance saloon” after Downing Street was forced to apologise to the Queen over new allegations of lockdown parties. 

The Times leads with the news the Duke of York has lost his honorary military roles and royal patronages after a face-to-face meeting with the Queen on Thursday.

The Times leads with Boris Johnson defying calls for his resignation over lockdown parties in Downing Street as the Tories fell to their lowest poll rating against Labour in almost a decade.

Boris Johnson has been urged to ‘take his medicine’ and say sorry for the Downing Street lockdown garden party scandal, The Times reports. 

Boris Johnson is piling pressure on scientific advisers to cut the recommended COVID isolation period to five days, The Times reports. 

The head of the armed forces has warned Russia that any attempt by Moscow to sever crucial underwater communication cables would be considered an act of war, writes The Times. 

Britons thinking of taking a winter break have been given a boost, The Times reports, after travel rules to stop Omicron spreading were scrapped.

Boris Johnson’s decision to stick to Plan B coronavirus rules and not bring in new restrictions to deal with Omicron is the lead in The Times.es

Boris Johnson has warned hospitals in England to brace themselves for “considerable” pressure in the next few weeks but has ruled out new COVID curbs, The Times reports. 

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