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‘It’s my party and I’ll lie low if I want to’: Papers pile pressure on UK PM

By France24
12 January 2022   |   2:06 pm
We begin by looking at how the US papers are reacting to President Joe Biden's speech on voting rights. Meanwhile, the British press headlines on the latest partygate allegations swirling around Prime Minister Boris Johnson. British tabloid The Sun accuses the embattled leader of going into hiding, while senior members of his own party are speculating about whether it's time for him to go. Finally, we end with a snowy saga from Canada.

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