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Sue Gray is the UK’s most talked-about woman right now, but who is she? Sue Gray is a senior cabinet office employee who works for the government and has been tasked with investigating allegations of parties held at Downing Street whilst the UK was in lockdown due to Covid-19. MPs...
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The Guardian says Only the “findings” of Sue Gray’s report into alleged lockdown-breaking parties at Downing Street will be published, Nadhim Zahawi has said.
FT says when the journalist Julian Glover began working as a speechwriter for then prime minister David Cameron in 2011, he was summoned to a room at the top of the Cabinet Office at 70 Whitehall.
Politico says She’s been a pub landlord and a civil service bouncer — now Westminster is wondering if Sue Gray really has what it takes to call time on Boris Johnson.
Huffpost says Emily Thornberry told BBC Question Time’s audience that Sue Gray’s report into Partygate is not necessary on Thursday night in a brutal rant about Boris Johnson.
In an official post, a representative said: "We are devastated to announce the passing of Mr Manfred Thierry Mugler on Sunday, January 23rd 2022."
Despite no specific threats, the UK has started withdrawing its staff from its embassy in Ukraine, as fears of a Russian invasion grow amid rising tension.
The Independent - No 10 officials ‘hold back information’ from inquiry
Metro - Russia-Ukraine crisis: A fight to the death
The Sun - Katie Price facing 5 years
Daily Express - Boris accepts ‘need for change at No 10’
Daily Mirror - Scandal of cold Britain: The energy crisis victims
The Guardian - PM pulled into row over Tory party islamophobia
The Guardian says Covid cases are rising rapidly among US nursing home residents and staff, causing shortages in admissions, exacerbating bed shortages at hospitals in turn, and in some cases requiring the national guard to be called in.
The Independent says The UK is withdrawing some of its staff from its Ukraine embassy amid growing tensions in the nation.
The Metro says A man has pleaded guilty to abducting the Australian girl Cleo Smith from her tent while she was on holiday with her family.
The Guardian says I cicles were glued on to vintage streetlamps as Glasgow was transformed into a wintry Gotham City over the weekend.
The Independent says Harry Potter and the Cursed Child actor James Snyder has been fired from the Broadway production following a misconduct complaint.
The Metro says Beyonce and Bella Hadid have led the tributes following the news of legendary fashion designer Thierry Mugler’s death.
The Guardian says Police suspect that a dead man who was brought to a post office in Ireland by two men trying to claim his pension had died just hours before the incident.
The Independent says the final restrictions put in place in response to the Omicron variant sweeping across Scotland will be eased from Monday.
The Metro says Walkers have described their fear after spotting a mysterious figure lurking in the woods – until they realised it was a mannequin.
The Guardian says Boris Johnson has ordered a formal inquiry into allegations by MP Nusrat Ghani that she was sacked after being told her “Muslimness” was “making colleagues uncomfortable”
The Independent says A British man has been killed and another injured in an attack believed to involve a sickle in Thailand.
The Metro says The Queen has finally made it back to Sandringham for the first time since her husband Prince Philip died.
Monday’s front pages report on the latest developments in the Downing Street party investigations as Sue Gray prepares to publish her report.
Sky News says Boris Johnson is facing a week of reckoning as a report into Downing Street parties during lockdown is due to be released.
The Guardian says the Greek government is accused of fomenting a hunger crisis in refugee camps with “conscious” policy choices.
The Independent says the man the British government named as Putin’s choice to lead a puppet regime in Ukraine after a Russian invasion has said he will take legal action.
The Metro says A 16-year-old boy who died after he was stabbed in Stretford last night has been named locally as Kennie Carter.
France24 says the Omicron variant has moved the Covid-19 pandemic into a new phase and could bring it to an end in Europe, the WHO Europe director said Sunday.
Arab News says the UAE defense ministry said it has shot down two Houthi missiles targeting the country, state media reported early on Monday.
Aljazeera says At least 120 people have been killed in ongoing battles between US-backed, Kurdish-led forces and ISIL (ISIS) fighters after an attack on a Syrian prison.