The Metro says THE IDEA that the country could face yet another election ‘hadn’t occurred’ to the Prime Minister.
The Independent says Boris Johnson has ruled out calling an early general election, as allies admitted that voters would not welcome a snap vote aimed at saving his premiership.
This week’s PMQs will see Labour’s Angela Rayner face off against Tories Dominic Raab as the PM is in Madrid for the Nato summit.
The Independent says BORIS JOHNSON has revealed that he had a “frank” exchange with Argentina’s president Alberto Fernandez about British sovereignty of the Falkland Islands at the G7 conference.
The Independent says BORIS JOHNSON is facing a renewed bid to topple his premiership after a flurry of new no confidence letters were reportedly submitted to the 1922 committee.
Daily Mirror says BRAZEN BORIS JOHNSON has said he is “thinking actively” about a THIRD term in office – that would last until the “mid-2030s”.
The Independent says BORIS JOHNSON has expressed support for excluding transgender athletes from competing in women’s events as his government applies pressure on sports bodies to impose bans.
The Sunday papers have a variety of stories dominating the front pages – from Boris Johnson’s political ambitions to the latest news on the strikes.
The Independent says BORIS JOHNSON has survived the verdict of his own MPs – for the time being at least.
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.
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 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.
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.
BBC News says TRAIN services in Britain will continue to be disrupted on Wednesday as talks resume in a bid to resolve a dispute over jobs, pay and conditions.
The Independent says DOWNING STREET has confirmed that members of Boris Johnson’s team intervened following the publication of a story about his wife Carrie in The Times.
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.
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.
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.
Daily Express says TORY plotters are revelling after Boris Johnson’s ethics adviser resigned last night, with renewed pressure heaped on the Prime Minister’s position.
The Guardian says Priti Patel has been accused by Labour of participating in a “government by gimmick” in the aftermath of the 11th-hour cancellation on Tuesday of the inaugural flight taking asylum seekers to Rwanda.
Sky News says Lord Geidt has resigned as the prime minister’s adviser on ministerial interests. “With regret, I feel that it is right that I am resigning from my post as Independent Adviser on Ministers’ Interests,” the statement reads.
BBC News says the first flight due to take asylum seekers from the UK to Rwanda was cancelled minutes before take-off after legal rulings on Tuesday evening.
The Guardian says Liz Truss says Rwanda flights policy is ‘completely moral’ amid backlash and criticism from royals and Church officials.
BBC News says three more people due to be on the first flight taking asylum seekers to Rwanda are planning legal challenges before take-off later on Tuesday.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson will later publish plans to scrap parts of the post-Brexit deal he struck with the EU in 2020.
The Guardian says concerns are mounting that children wrongly assessed as adults by the Home Office could end up being offshored to Rwanda.
The Sun says PRINCE Charles and Boris Johnson are likely to meet in Rwanda after the migrants row.
The controversial Rwanda plan is set to see the first group of migrants be flown to Rwanda under a new scheme from the British government.
The Metro says Boris Johnson will set out plans for lower-paid workers to be able to use their housing benefits to buy their homes and an extension of the right to buy for housing association tenants.
Sky News says Boris Johnson will announce new measures to help people to get on to the property ladder during a speech in which he pledges to hard-pressed UK households that “things will get better”.
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