Jan 6 hearings: A review of the key takeaways from the explosive hearings, what comes next and how Roe vs Wade is connected to Trump’s lasting legacy – ‘I’m the f*cking president’
PMQs Live – Rayner to face Raab as PM absent for Nato summit – strikes, Northern Ireland Protocol expected to be top of the agenda.
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”.
Daily Express says JOE BIDEN is poised to step in and block Boris Johnson’s masterplan to slash the soaring costs that are contributing to “near-record” high prices for consumers.
The Metro says AN MP has left the Scottish National Party while he is investigated by the police over sexual assault allegations.
The Guardian says RELATIVES AND FRIENDS of six children who died in Northern Ireland’s Troubles are to share their stories in a special presentation to MPs at Westminster.
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 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.
Daily Express says THE CONSERVATIVE PARTY candidate in the Honiton and Tiverton by-election has been savaged ahead of the crucial vote.
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.
TRT World says US SENATE negotiators on gun legislation have released a bill that would address mass shootings by encouraging state red flag laws.
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 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.
The Metro says the government has been accused of ‘pouring petrol on the fire’ by boycotting negotiations before the ‘biggest rail strike in modern history’.
Euronews says Emmanuel Macron’s Ensemble alliance has lost its absolute majority in the French National Assembly, just two months after he was re-elected as president.
TRT World says Leftist ex-guerrilla Gustavo Petro has defeated millionaire businessman rival Rodolfo Hernandez in Colombia’s presidential vote, according to a live count on the Latin American country’s election authority website.
The Metro says a married Home Office boss who spiked his pregnant mistress’s orange juice in a bid to cause a miscarriage has been jailed for more than three-and-a-half years.
The Independent says Downing Street has urged employers to allow staff to work from home during next week’s rail strikes as the transport secretary warned strikers they were risking their jobs because the railway was now competing against remote working and other forms of public and private transport.
Euronews says Ukraine should be given candidate status for European Union membership, Emmanuel Macron, Olaf Scholz and Mario Draghi affirmed on Thursday during a visit to Kyiv.
Aljazeera says A minister in Pakistan’s newly elected government is facing criticism following his plea to the nation to drink less tea to help save on imports amid a deepening economic crisis.
The government’s controversial Rwanda deportation plan has received a lot of attention. The plan has been widely condemned by Labour politicians, Human Rights watchdogs, royals, celebrities and even the Church of England – who called it ‘ungodly’.
Prime Minister’s Questions – 15/06 – Rwanda, Northern Ireland Protocol controversies
Arab News says the White House and Saudi officials ended weeks of speculation by confirming that President Joe Biden will visit Saudi Arabia on July 15 and 16 at the invitation of King Salman.
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.
Daily Express says PRESIDENT BIDEN has suffered a blow ahead of his Summit of the Americas as one of the largest migrant caravans heads towards the US-Mexico border.
BBC News says MPs will return to Westminster on Monday, amid continuing speculation about a possible vote of confidence in Boris Johnson’s leadership.
Financial Times says Boris Johnson suffered a fresh setback on Tuesday when his independent standards adviser said there was a “legitimate question” as to whether his fine in the partygate scandal constituted a breach of the ministerial code.
Nelson flies the Palestinian flag – after the disturbing assassination of Shireen A small Lancashire town achieved the improbable last week by raising the Palestinian
The Guardian says Labour has called for an investigation into leaked text messages suggesting there was a second gathering in Boris Johnson’s Downing Street flat during lockdown, held by his wife, Carrie, on his birthday.
The Guardian says Well, there we had it. It had been heavily briefed that Boris Johnson would be the model of remorse for his statement to the Commons on the Sue Gray report.