UK Front Page Archive (July 20′ – Present)

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Boris Johnson suggested that only people over 80 would die in last year’s autumn outbreak, the Daily Mirror says, reporting on an interview the BBC did with former Downing Street aide Dominic Cummings.

Cabinet ministers have warned that Matt Hancock should be sacked as health secretary for breaching COVID rules to conduct an affair if public anger matches the backlash against Dominic Cummings’s trip to Barnard Castle, claims...

The Daily Express takes the side of Boris Johnson and Matt Hancock in their row with former government adviser Dominic Cummings, saying the pair have better things to do than argue with him.

The Daily Star has little sympathy for either Dominic Cummings, Matt Hancock or Boris Johnson, following the former key adviser’s latest revelations.

Matt Hancock is unlikely to face sanction for lying to Boris Johnson, whatever Dominic Cummings’ latest revelations suggest – that’s the lead in The Times.

Boris Johnson thought Health Secretary Matt Hancock was “totally f****** hopeless”, according to sweary messages released by the PM’s former adviser Dominic Cummings. That’s the lead in the Daily Mirror.

Dominic Cummings’ latest revelations show, The Guardian reports, that Boris Johnson’s former adviser is determined to continue his campaign to show the prime minister’s “chronic dysfunction”.

The Metro goes with Dominic Cummings’ latest revelations – WhatsApp messages suggesting his former boss Boris Johnson has not always been satisfied with the health secretary. 

The fallout from Dominic Cummings’ explosive evidence to MPs is the lead in The Daily Telegraph, which reports Health Secretary Matt Hancock is under growing political pressure over the care homes policy early in the...

Metro highlights Matt Hancock, saying the health secretary managed to “dodge” Dominic Cummings’s accusations about his honesty over the coronavirus pandemic.

Unsurprisingly, Thursday’s front pages are dominated by the revelations of Dominic Cummings to a Commons committee investigating the government’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic. The claim that “tens of thousands of people did not need to die,” fills...

The prime minister’s former top adviser Dominic Cummings is set to tell MPs that Boris Johnson backed the European Super League plan before “it all kicked off”, the Daily Mirror reports.

The i says Downing Street is braced for new claims by Boris Johnson’s former top aide Dominic Cummings about the prime minister’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic.

Former government adviser Dominic Cummings has accused Boris Johnson of having pursued a secret policy of herd immunity before the first coronavirus lockdown – that’s on the front of The Sunday Times.

Britain’s most senior civil servant is still investigating Dominic Cummings as part of an inquiry into who leaked sensitive details of the government’s lockdown plans, according to The Times.

Downing Street insiders are increasingly fearful that a “treasure trove” of internal memos and emails from Dominic Cummings will paint the government in the worst possible light – that’s on the front of The Sunday...

The Times is one of a number of papers to lead on the attack on Boris Johnson by his controversial former chief adviser, Dominic Cummings.

The i also splashes that Dominic Cummings “declares war” on Boris Johnson, after the former Number 10 aide published a blog post claiming the prime minister tried to stop a leak inquiry.

The Daily Star features a picture of the prime minister’s former aide Dominic Cummings playing Boris Johnson like a puppet, with the headline: “I was pulling all the strings.”

The Guardian leads with a story about the prime minister’s former senior aide, Dominic Cummings, who has told a judge he did not ask for a company to be given a government contract because bosses...

The Sunday Mirror reports that Downing Street adviser Dominic Cummings was asked to leave after those in his faction nicknamed Boris Johnson’s fiancee Carrie Symonds “Princess Nut Nuts”.

The Daily Star describes Downing Street adviser Dominic Cummings as a “weirdo blamed for destroying lockdown” after he was asked to leave his post for good.

Boris Johnson has begun a “purge” of Brexiteers in Downing Street after telling chief adviser Dominic Cummings and communications director Lee Cain to leave, according to The Times. 

The Guardian writes that it is the “end of the Cummings era” after the prime minister’s chief adviser was asked to leave, reportedly after accusations he had briefed against Boris Johnson.

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