‘Ace News Room U.K.Daily News Desk’

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Jan.25, 2022: @acenewsservices

#AceDailyNews says here’s todays Newspaper Headlines: The i says this is going to be a “week of reckoning” for Prime Minister Boris Johnson. Sue Gray’s report about parties at Downing Street is expected to be published in the coming days while cabinet ministers are also calling for an investigation after Conservative MP Nusrat Ghani claimed she was sacked in 2020 over her “Muslimness”.

The Daily Telegraph leads on the partygate investigation, saying that civil servant Sue Gray has interviewed police officers who guard Downing Street. The paper reports that those who were on duty when a series of lockdown-breaking gatherings allegedly took place have provided detailed testimonies about what they witnessed.

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The Daily Express says the prime minister understands major changes are needed to the culture at No 10 in order to deliver on his levelling-up agenda. The paper quotes Transport Secretary Grant Shapps saying the PM can bring the country together in a way that others cannot. It also reports that cabinet members have given their support to Mr Johnson.

The Guardian leads on Boris Johnson facing calls for an independent inquiry into Islamophobia in the Tory Party after one of its MPs, Nusrat Ghani, claimed her faith was raised by a government whip as a reason why she was sacked as a minister in 2020.

The Daily Mail says the whole cabinet would back delaying the national insurance rise which is due in April. The move would support families hit by the cost of living crisis, the paper reports.

The Times says ministers have been warned that they will have to deal with record-breaking gas and petrol prices if Russia invades Ukraine. According to the paper, senior officials say that there is no direct risk of gas shortages, but the conflict would push prices to new record levels.

The Metro leads on comments from the Ukrainian ambassador to the UK who has said that his countrymen and women will “fight to death” if Russia invades. Vadym Prystaiko says he is convinced a war is imminent, the paper reports.

The Daily Mirror leads on the effects of the energy crisis as it hears from elderly people who are fearful of rising electricity bills.

The Sun reports that former glamour model Katie Price may have broken a court order after allegedly contacting her ex-husband’s partner.

The Financial Times reports that Unilever faces pressure as a New York-based activist hedge fund has taken a stake in the UK-based multinational.

The Daily Star says that UFOs are most likely to be spotted outside pubs, according to a new study.

Police officers who guard Downing Street have been questioned by civil servant Sue Gray as she prepares to publish her findings over allegations of lockdown-breaking parties, the Daily Telegraph reports. 

The paper says the officers have provided detailed testimonies, with one source saying the accounts are “extremely damning”. The Telegraph also suggests that the PM’s former chief adviser, Dominic Cummings, will be interviewed by Ms Gray later.

The Guardian says the prime minister has been “pulled” into a row over Islamophobia in the Conservative Party. The paper says Boris Johnson is facing calls for an independent inquiry after an allegation from the former minister, Nusrat Ghani, who was told her “Muslimness” made colleagues uncomfortable. No 10 says Mr Johnson encouraged her to make a formal complaint at the time, but Ms Ghani says the party procedure was not appropriate, and the PM told her he could not get involved. 

The Daily Express leads on an interview with Transport Secretary Grant Shapps, who declares Mr Johnson understands the need for change at No 10. Mr Shapps tells the paper that the prime minister has the ability to bring people together in a way that no other politician can.

According to the Daily Mail, the entire cabinet would back a delay in increasing the national insurance rise in April. The paper says Boris Johnson is being urged to rethink the 1.25% increase to help families hit by what it calls “the cost of living crisis”. 

The i summarises the host of issues facing the prime minister, with the headline a “week of reckoning for Boris Johnson”.

The Daily Mirror highlights those struggling to pay their bills in what it describes as the “agony of the energy crisis victims”. Its front page pictures a grandmother of 71, wrapped in a rug under the headline “Freezing”. It also highlights the plight of a 98-year-old “D-Day hero” who is “living in fear of his electricity bills”. 

The Times leads on a warning that gas and petrol prices could be pushed to record levels if Russia invades Ukraine. The paper says that government officials expect Moscow to “weaponise” its natural resources by limiting supplies if any sanctions are imposed in response to military action. The article explains that although shortages in the UK are unlikely, any such restriction would push up wholesale prices.

#AceNewsDesk report …………Published: Jan.25: 2022:

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