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Jan.24, 2022: @acenewsservices

#AceDailyNews says here’s todays Newspaper Headlines: Here we go again just as we await results of Boris Johnson (PARTY-GATE) NOW we have The Sunday Times leads on Conservative MP Nusrat Ghani’s claim that she was sacked as a transport minister because of her Muslim faith: The paper says Ms Ghani alleged a government whip said her “Muslimness” was raised as an issue at a meeting in Downing Street

The Observer says senior civil servant Sue Gray – who is investigating allegations of lockdown-breaking parties at Downing Street – has been given access to a log of staff movements in and out of the building from security data including swipe cards. The paper reports that Ms Gray is expected to publish a 25-page long report this week, following a “forensic” inquiry looking at who was in the building for social gatherings.

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Whitehall return to office row and The Mail on Sunday says the civil service is planning to keep a large number of staff working from home permanently. The move has not been welcomed by Prime Minister Boris Johnson, with the paper saying he is on a war footing with the Whitehall “blob” over the issue. Covid restrictions are set to be eased next week, meaning that employees would be required to return to the office.

The Sunday Telegraph reports the UK has accused Russia of planning to install a puppet leader in Ukraine following an invasion. The paper says Boris Johnson has warned EU leaders against “naivety” over Vladimir Putin’s demands. Foreign Secretary Liz Truss has released specially declassified intelligence naming the person suspected to be the Kremlin’s preferred candidate to take over as leader of Ukraine.

The Sunday People leads with a stark warning from food writer Jack Monroe that people on low incomes will be badly hit by the rising cost of living.

The Sunday Express has run a poll which suggests almost three-quarters of Britons think that Prince Andrew should lose the title Duke of York, after he was accused of sexual assault in a US civil case. Prince Andrew has consistently denied the allegation. Earlier this month Buckingham Palace said the Duke of York’s military titles and royal patronages had been returned to the Queen.

The Sunday Mirror says the former glamour model Katie Price has been released under investigation by police after being arrested for allegedly breaching the terms of a restraining order.

The Daily Star leads on the story that one in five people from Newcastle are prepared for the apocalypse.

Will the PM run out of road? the Sunday Times asks. The paper reports that those close to Boris Johnson say he is in an emotional torment. His temper veers between complacent confidence and a determination to fight, and a fatalistic fear that his brand of political magic has been broken, the paper goes on.

The Observer says Mr Johnson is at his moment of maximum danger as senior Whitehall official Sue Gray completes her report into the Downing Street lockdown parties. According to the paper, she has been given access to a detailed log of staff movements in and out of the building, from swipe cards and other security data. The paper says her inquiry has been “forensic”, looking in “granular detail” at who was in No 10 for social gatherings. 

There is fevered speculation about the likely contents of Ms Gray’s report. But for the Sun on Sunday the PM awaits the make-or-break verdict with trepidation. Writing in the Sunday Express, Leo McKinstry says the prime minister knows his future hangs in the balance. 

The claim by the Foreign Office that Moscow is plotting to install a Kremlin loyalist as the leader of Ukraine is also widely reported and makes the lead for the Sunday Telegraph. But the man in question – Yevhen Murayev, a former Ukrainian MP – appears to be taken by surprise at the suggestion. He tells the paper he “finds it hard to comment on the Foreign Office’s statement”. 

According to the Telegraph, compulsory Covid vaccines for NHS workers would be delayed for six months, under plans being considered by Mr Johnson to help quell a revolt among Tory MPs. A Whitehall source tells the paper the requirement is likely to be “kicked down the road”, amid demands by Conservative backbenchers for it to be dropped entirely.

The Mail on Sunday leads on reports that the PM is on a war footing with Whitehall over the reluctance of civil servants to return to the office as Covid restrictions are set to ease. The paper says senior officials are planning to keep a large number of their staff working from home permanently. 

A warning by the poverty campaigner Jack Monroe that people will die of starvation as food and energy prices soar is the lead story in the Sunday People. She says the cost of living is worse than ever for vulnerable families across the UK. 

The Sunday Express reports that an opinion poll suggests that 72% of people think Prince Andrew should lose his title of Duke of York. Earlier this month, a US court ruled that a civil action over sexual assault allegations against Prince Andrew – which he has consistently denied – could go ahead.

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