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Daily Mail () Newspaper Front Page for 27 April 2021
4/27/2021: Front Page: BORIS ON THE ROPES
BORIS Johnson was under siege last night as questions mounted over his personal conduct in a string of controversies. Fresh sources came forward to confirm he had made a crass comment about lockdown deaths – even as he tried to deny it. In a second...


The Guardian () Newspaper Front Page for 27 April 2021
4/27/2021: Front Page: Pressure on Johnson after claim of slur on Covid dead
Boris Johnson faced mounting pressure last night as Conservative insiders added weight to claims that he said he would rather see bodies pile up than order another lockdown. Faced with fury from relatives of the bereaved, the prime minister and senior...


The Independent () Newspaper Front Page for 27 April 2021




Daily Express () Newspaper Front Page for 27 April 2021
4/27/2021: FRONT PAGE: BORIS DENIES ‘LET BODIES’ PILE HIGH’ OUTBURST

BORIS JOHNSON has brushed aside the Downing Street briefing war with a pledge to focus relentlessly on battling Covid. The Prime Minister refuted claims he was prepared to tolerate thousands more deaths from the virus rather than plunge the country...



Daily Star () Newspaper Front Page for 27 April 2021
4/27/2021: FRONT PAGE: MY PANTS ARE NOT ON FIRE..

THE Prime Minister has denied saying he’d rather see “bodies pile high” than have a third lockdown. But other friends and enemies don’t seem so sure. Gosh, who to believe?



The Daily Telegraph () Newspaper Front Page for 27 April 2021
4/27/2021: Front Page: PM fights to move on from leaks row

BORIS JOHNSON will today tell his Cabinet to be “totally focused on the public’s priorities” in an attempt to move on from a series of Downing Street leak controversies. The Prime Minister was last night embroiled in a row over whether he said he...



Daily Mirror () Newspaper Front Page for 27 April 2021

London Evening Standard () Newspaper Front Page for 27 April 2021
4/26/2021: Front Page: DOWNING ST SLEAZE AND QUESTIONS BORIS WON’T ANSWER
DOWNING Street declined to answer key questions about the funding of an expensive refurbishment of the Prime Minister’s flat today amid warnings that a tide of sleaze allegations was undermining trust in the Government. In the first sign that the...


Daily Record () Newspaper Front Page for 27 April 2021
4/27/2021: FRONT PAGE: ALBA’S HAMMER HORROR

A KILLER who battered his best man to death with a claw hammer is now campaigning for Alex Salmond’s new party. John Tough, who also stabbed his victim through the eye, was unveiled by Alba candidate Caroline McAllister as part of her campaign “team”...



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