Sunday Papers - New Tory Sleaze & Travel nightmare for those refusing booster

Sunday Papers - New Tory Sleaze & Travel nightmare for those refusing booster

Sunday Papers – New Tory Sleaze & Travel nightmare for those refusing booster

A number of Sunday’s front pages are reporting that the government U-turn involving Owen Paterson has provoked anger within the Conservative Party.

The Sunday Times quotes three unnamed members of the cabinet criticising Boris Johnson for his handling of the lobbying row involving Mr Paterson. One accuses Mr Johnson of causing a “toxic mess”, while another calls the situation “a shambles”.

Meanwhile, backbench Tory MP Tobias Ellwood tells the Sun on Sunday “there is genuine rage within the ranks”.

Former minister Caroline Nokes also takes aim at Mr Johnson in the Sunday Mirror, writing that the attempt to rewrite the disciplinary system for MPs “truly stinks”.

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Sunday Mirror – ‘My affair with the morgue monster’ 

The paper splashes on a nurse who had a relationship with murderer David Fuller, who sexually abused more than 100 dead bodies while working at a hospital.

In an exclusive interview, the woman described him as a “perfect gent” and reports on fresh calls for an inquiry at the two Kent hospitals where the abuse took place.

Sunday Papers - New Tory Sleaze & Travel nightmare for those refusing booster
Sunday Papers – New Tory Sleaze & Travel nightmare for those refusing booster

The Mail On Sunday – ‘No booster… No hassle free travel’ 

The paper reports that British travellers who do not take their booster jabs could face renewed restrictions. The Mail says ministers are drawing up “controversial” plans for quarantine and testing requirements for those who don’t get a third jab to protect the UK against the spread of new variants, the paper reports.

Sunday Papers - New Tory Sleaze & Travel nightmare for those refusing booster
Sunday Papers – New Tory Sleaze & Travel nightmare for those refusing booster

The Sunday Telegraph – ‘UK to ditch £15bn deal if Brussels goes hostile’ 

Britain is working to withdraw from three major EU research programmes worth £15bn, according to the Sunday Telegraph.

Leaked documents show the plans to stop contributing to the bloc’s scientific, satellite and nuclear projects – worth £77bn, and which the UK agreed to stay part of when it signed up to the Brexit deal – come “amid deteriorating relations with Brussels”, the paper reports.

Sunday Papers - New Tory Sleaze & Travel nightmare for those refusing booster
Sunday Papers – New Tory Sleaze & Travel nightmare for those refusing booster

The Sunday Times – ‘New Sleaze row as donors who pay £3m gets seats in Lords’

The paper joins several others in reporting on accusations of sleaze as its front splash reports that the Tory party has been accused of abusing the honours system by systematically offering seats in the House of Lords to a select group of multimillionaire donors.

The paper’s own investigation reports in the past two decades, all but two of the people who have held the role of Conservative treasurer have gone on to be offered seats in the House of Lords. The Conservative Party said it does not believe successful people who contribute to political causes should be disqualified from being in the Lords.

Sunday Papers - New Tory Sleaze & Travel nightmare for those refusing booster
Sunday Papers – New Tory Sleaze & Travel nightmare for those refusing booster

Sunday Express – ‘Truss: Time to deliver jobs of the future’ 

Foreign Secretary Liz Truss has set out her vision for Britain as “the beating heart of a global network of liberty” ahead of her visit to South East Asia, the paper reports.

The paper says the minister has pledged to “deliver jobs of the future”. 

Sunday Papers - New Tory Sleaze & Travel nightmare for those refusing booster
Sunday Papers – New Tory Sleaze & Travel nightmare for those refusing booster

The Observer – ‘Johnson sleaze crisis deepens amid pressure on Covid deals’ 

The paper splashes on the deepening crisis facing Boris Johnson, amid MPs calls for details of any lobbying of government ministers by Owen Paterson on behalf of a company that won almost £500m in COVID-19 related contracts. The company insists Paterson “played no role” in securing any contracts, the paper adds. 

Sunday Papers - New Tory Sleaze & Travel nightmare for those refusing booster
Sunday Papers – New Tory Sleaze & Travel nightmare for those refusing booster

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