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Boris Johnson gets ‘spanking’ from papers over ‘partygate’ scandal

By France24
02 February 2022   |   6:16 am
We look at the murder of a fourth journalist in Mexico, which is now the most dangerous country for reporters. Also, tensions between Mali and France draw strong opinions in the African press. Finally, Boris Johnson gets a spanking from the papers over the lockdown-breaching parties at Downing Street!

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