The Guardian says THE LIBERAL DEMOCRAT victory in the Tiverton and Honiton byelection was spectacular.
The Guardian says CABINET SECRETARY Simon Case has admitted discussing “opportunities” for the prime minister’s wife, Carrie Johnson.
The Independent says BORIS JOHNSON has survived the verdict of his own MPs – for the time being at least.
The Guardian says OLIVER DOWDEN has resigned as Conservative chair after the party’s disastrous double byelection losses in Wakefield and in Tiverton and Honiton, saying someone “must take responsibility” for a recent run of poor results.
The Metro says VOTERS are ‘going through a tough time’, Boris Johnson has said following two huge losses in by-elections by the Conservatives.
BBC News says THE CONSERVATIVES have lost two parliamentary by-elections, with the Liberal Democrats and Labour delivering blows to Boris Johnson.
Euronews says UKRAINE has been granted official European Union candidate status, after being endorsed by the bloc’s 27 leaders during a summit in Brussels.
TRT World says US SENATORS advanced a bipartisan bill late Thursday addressing the epidemic of gun violence convulsing the country.
The Independent says BORIS JOHNSON and Prince Charles are preparing for talks with Commonwealth leaders on trade, climate change and the future of the association at a crucial summit in Rwanda this week.
Daily Express says THE CONSERVATIVE PARTY candidate in the Honiton and Tiverton by-election has been savaged ahead of the crucial vote.
Daily Mirror says BORIS JOHNSON faces a bruising 24 hours in two key by-elections today.
The Independent says THE crucial by-election in the Conservative stronghold of Tiverton and Honiton is “neck and neck”, according to the Liberal Democrats.
The Guardian says BORIS JOHNSON faces a hugely important verdict from voters on Thursday as the Conservatives defend seats in Wakefield and in Tiverton and Honiton.
BBC News says UKRAINE is set to be approved as an EU candidate at a Brussels summit on Thursday, after the European Commission gave the green light.
Euronews says THE BULGARIAN government of liberal Prime Minister Kiril Petkov was toppled on Wednesday by a motion of no confidence.
TRT World says BIDEN has called on Congress to suspend federal gasoline and diesel taxes for 3 months — an election-year move meant to ease financial pressures.
PMQs Live – Did you consider hiring Carrie? Labour asks PM and Starmer grills Johnson on what he’s doing about strikes.
The PM will face Labour’s Sir Keir Starmer for this week’s Prime Minister’s Questions – the first questioning since the UK’s biggest strikes in 30 years started.
The Independent says BREXIT will damage Britain’s competitiveness, hit productivity and dampen workers’ wages for the rest of the decade, according to a damning new study.
The Guardian says UK INFLATION has increased to 9.1%, the highest rate in 40 years amid record prices for petrol and the soaring cost of food.
The Guardian says BRITAIN’S cost of living crisis is being made worse by Brexit dragging down the country’s growth potential and costing workers hundreds of pounds a year in lost pay, new research claims.
The Guardian says DOWNING STREET will tomorrow set out sweeping plans to override the power of Europe’s human rights court just days after a judge in Strasbourg blocked the deportation of asylum seekers from Britain to Rwanda.
Euronews says FRANCE’S highest administrative court has upheld a nationwide ban on the wearing of “burkini” swimming costumes in public pools.
TRT World says US SENATE negotiators on gun legislation have released a bill that would address mass shootings by encouraging state red flag laws.
EU grants Ukraine candidate status after Macron, Sholz and Dragi visit Kyiv, Ukraine. The EU bloc announced EU candidate status earlier today. This is despite
No place for Muslim women who wear burkinis in the French city of Grenoble’s public pools rules top French court. “The new rules of procedure
Daily Express says LIZ TRUSS’ plans to override parts of the Northern Ireland Protocol have been described as “economic vandalism” by the Irish leader, who said the legislation is “deeply concerning” for industry and businesses in Northern Ireland.
The Guardian says The Times swiftly withdrew a story that made allegations about the prime minister and his wife after Downing Street intervened to complain about it, No 10 has confirmed.
The Guardian says The House select committee investigating the January 6 Capitol attack is expected to show at its fourth hearing on Tuesday.
BBC News says BORIS JOHNSON is to call for a “sensible compromise” on pay to end the largest rail strike in 30 years.
Sky News says DOWNING STREET has confirmed it was in conversation with The Times around the time the newspaper dropped a report claiming Boris Johnson tried to appoint his now wife to a government role when he was foreign secretary.
Euronews says TENS OF THOUSANDS of demonstrators marched in Georgia’s capital Tbilisi on Monday to demand EU membership for the former Soviet republic in the Caucasus.
The Independent says Gustavo Petro, a former member of the M-19 guerrilla movement who has vowed profound social and economic change, won Colombia’s presidency on Sunday, the first progressive to do so in the country’s history.
The Guardian says Boris Johnson is engaging in “Putinesque” tactics by using the Northern Ireland protocol bill to cause a populist row with Brussels when the EU is willing to compromise, Peter Hain, a former Northern Ireland secretary, said on Sunday.
The Independent says Britain’s major trade unions are collectively urging the government to “get round” the negotiating table to try to find a resolution, 24 hours ahead of the biggest strike action on the rail network for decades.
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