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Jan.26, 2022: @acenewsservices

#AceDailyNews says here’s todays Scotland’s Headlines: The i leads with the same story. It goes with a similar play on words with “Let him eat cake” as it says that the “drip-drip” effect of revelations is damaging the morale of staff who work at No 10.

The Herald reports that Boris Johnson is under renewed pressure after Downing Street admitted staff gathered inside No 10 during the first Covid lockdown to mark his birthday. Carrie Johnson reportedly organised that gathering for the PM and up to 30 members of staff.

The Daily Record notes that rules at the time – 19 June 2020 – banned most indoor gatherings involving more than two people. It says the PM is accused of breaking the rules he ordered the nation to obey days before.

The Scotsman’s report on the PM’s birthday celebration also notes that Carrie Johnson arrived at the event with Lulu Lytle, the interior designer who carried out a revamp of the couple’s Downing Street flat. It adds that Sue Gray, the senior civil servant compiling a report into gatherings on government premises during Covid restrictions, already knew about the event.

Several of the day’s front pages feature the same picture of Mr Johnson in which he is seen holding his birthday cake during a visit to a school in Hertfordshire on 19 June 2020. The picture was taken hours ahead of another gathering at No 10 to celebrate the PM’s birthday, which featured another cake.

The National also reports on the “new revelations”, which were unveiled by ITV News. It reported that up to 30 people attended the June 2020 event for the PM’s 56th birthday, sang Happy Birthday and were served cake.

The Daily Star keeps its front page story typically short, simply using the words of the Happy Birthday song to congratulate “dear Bozo”, its long running nickname for the PM.

“You can’t have your birthday cake… and eat it, Boris”, reads the Sun’s headline. The paper reports that, amid fury at the latest “Covid partygate” revelation, Downing Street insists the prime minister was only at the event for 10 minutes.

The Scottish Daily Mail reports that Scots face council tax hikes. The paper claims the SNP has failed to pass on the share it received of £800m from the UK government to keep bills down.

The Metro’s lead story is Nato’s decision to order warplanes and battleships to eastern Europe following the growing tension between Russia and Ukraine. “Nato jets ready to scramble” is the paper’s dramatic headline.

The Daily Telegraph features a striking image of a member of the Ukrainian armed forces at Svitlodarsk, in preparation for possible invasion by Russia. But the accompanying story is focused on the US’s response – saying that the Pentagon has put 8,500 soldiers “on heightened alert” for deployment if the situation continues to deteriorate.

The Daily Express leads on the growing tensions between Western leaders and Russia. It quotes Boris Johnson warning Vladimir Putin against a “painful, violent and bloody” war.

A Perth teenager who became an inspiration to thousands of people during a five-year battle with cancer has died at the age of 14, The Courier reports. Lily Douglas was diagnosed with Ewing sarcoma, a rare bone cancer, aged nine, with locals rallying to fundraise on her behalf to support her and her family.

The Edinburgh Evening News reports that police are treating a crash where a motorcyclist was deliberately driven at as an attempted murder.

The Press and Journal carries tributes to a piper killed in a crash involving a tractor. It says he has been credited for taking his band from “strength to strength” and earning them respect in the community.

The Glasgow Times has spoken to a resident of the city’s west end, who claims his wife has been cleaning a lane in a bid to tidy up the area which they say is full of uncollected bins. Stephen Johnstone, who lives in Dowanside Lane, says it has been nearly six weeks since recycling bins were emptied.

The Evening Express reports on an Aberdeen man found with thousands of pounds of cocaine in a suitcase.

The Evening Telegraph reports that 220 households in Dundee have been hit by a benefits cap.

#AceNewsDesk report ……….Published: Jan.26: 2022:

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