BBC News says Civil servant Sue Gray is finalising her report into Downing Street events during lockdown and is expected to publish her findings this week.
The Guardian says civil servants and special advisers have reacted with fury and disbelief after Scotland Yard confirmed Boris Johnson got only one of 126 fines levied for law-breaking parties at the heart of Downing Street and Whitehall.
The Met Police have issued more than 50 new fines for breaches of Covid rules in No 10 and other government buildings – in the latest round of Partygate fines.
The Independent says Metropolitan Police are believed to have begun issuing more fines to Downing Street staff over gatherings held in government offices during Covid lockdown curbs.
Daily Mirror says Sue Gray’s report into lockdown-breaking parties in Downing Street is so damaging that it could leave Boris Johnson with no choice but to resign, senior officials are said to believe.
BBC News says Boris Johnson is expected to apologise to MPs after being fined for breaking lockdown rules – as he argues there are more important issues to focus on.
A fresh report suggests prime minister Boris Johnson instigated one of the No 10 parties that he denied attending, according to Labour.
The Sun says THE Met Police’s Partygate probe was branded a “total farce” last night as allies rallied around stricken PM Boris Johnson.
Law breaker Boris may get ‘at least three more fines’ as partygate rumbles on The Metro says Boris Johnson is facing ‘at least’ another three
The Guardina says Boris Johnson is facing another three potential fines for lockdown breaches, according to senior sources, as he suffered his first ministerial resignation over the Partygate scandal.
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BBC News says a Conservative peer has resigned as a justice minister over Covid law-breaking in Downing Street.
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BBC News says Boris Johnson and Rishi Sunak have pledged to stay in post despite being fined by police for breaking lockdown rules in Downing Street in June 2020.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Chancellor Rishi Sunak will be fined by the police for attending parties during lockdown.
Daily Mirror says Boris Johnson faces calls to quit for presiding over “widespread criminality” as police dish out another 30 Partygate fines – bringing the total to 50.
The Independent says Cabinet minister Sajid Javid has repeatedly dodged questions of whether Boris Johnson presided over “widespread criminality” in No 10 as the Metropolitan Police continue their partygate probe.
The Guardian says ministers are refusing to disclose any pictures taken by official No 10 photographers of illegal gatherings held inside Downing Street.
The Independent says Metropolitan Police fines are believed to have been issued to staff who attended a leaving drinks party for the top government official who helped write Covid rules.
The Guardian says civil service chiefs are braced for the behaviour of top Whitehall officials to be severely criticised in the Sue Gray partygate report.
The Metro says more fines have been handed out to Downing Street staff who partied into the small hours on the eve of Prince Philip’s funeral.
The Guardian says Downing Street staff have been issued with fines by police over a party that took place the night before Prince Philip’s funeral.
BBC News says police have issued fines to some people who attended an event in Downing Street on the eve of Prince Philip’s funeral, sources have told the BBC.
The Metro says a cabinet minister finally accepted the 20 No 10 staff fined over Covid lockdown parties did break the law – after Boris Johnson tried to avoid saying they did.
The Guardian says Boris Johnson faced a renewed threat to his position over the partygate scandal after the police decision to fine 20 people for lockdown breaches.
PartyGate: Met Police fines show Boris Johnson ‘a proven liar’ says shadow minister, – ‘Many people will agree’
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Partygate: No 10 refuses to say if Boris Johnson will quit if fined over Covid law-breaking parties at No 10
The Independent says Downing Street has refused to say if Boris Johnson will resign if he is fined over lockdown-breaching parties at No 10 after the police announced it is issuing fines.
The Met Police are issuing 20 fines to individuals who unlawfully attended pirates in Downing Street and the Cabinet Office – confirming PM Boris Johnson misled the House of Commons on December 8.
The Metro says the Metropolitan Police is expected to issue the first tranche of fines over ‘partygate’ today, it has been reported.
The Independent says Boris Johnson should resign as prime minister if he is fined over lockdown-breaching parties at 10 Downing Street, Labour’s deputy leader Angela Rayner has said.
The Guardian says the first fines for lockdown breaches in Downing Street are expected to be issued imminently following an investigation into Partygate.
The Metro says police say they are now interviewing witnesses as part of the investigation into alleged lockdown busting parties at Downing Street.
Sky News says No taxpayers’ money was spent on food or drink consumed at Downing Street events being probed.
The Guardian says A new attempt will be launched next week to force publication of the full report into whether No 10 parties broke Covid laws.
The Guardian says the Metropolitan Police have said they are considering whether to investigate Boris Johnson over the funding of his Downing Street flat renovation.