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#AceDailyNews says here’s todays Newspaper Headlines: Its all an ‘ Asylum Seeker ‘ who claimed to be 14yrs of age kills for the third time this time in UK Kindness & Love XX says 🙏🙏’s and Forgiveness to Lord Thy God for a Better World Amen

The front page of the Daily Mirror.
The Daily Mirror leads with Rishi Sunak’s decision to order an investigation into Conservative Party chairman Nadhim Zahawi’s tax affairs. The paper says the prime minister was unaware of a payment Mr Zahawi had made to settle a dispute with HMRC last summer while he was chancellor.
The i front page.
The PM would not have publicly backed Mr Zahawi if he had known the full story, the i says. It reports that the Tory chair will be asked to resign if he is found to have broken ethics rules. The paper features an interview with actress Helena Bonham Carter, who says women get “cut off” because they are “deemed too old”.
The Guardian front page.
But the Guardian says Mr Sunak is under growing pressure over whether or not he knew about the HMRC inquiry when he appointed Mr Zahawi to his cabinet. A source told the paper that Downing Street had been aware of a penalty as part of a settlement with HMRC when the PM appointed Mr Zahawi. However, No 10 denied the claim, the paper says.
The Financial Times front page
The Financial Times says Mr Zahawi is fighting for his political life after Sunak ordered an ethics review into his tax affairs. The paper also reports that the government faces another ethics crisis with BBC chairman Richard Sharp under investigation over the process which led to his appointment.
The Daily Star front page
The irreverent Daily Star says it considered buying a lettuce to pit against Mr Zahawi but decided it wasn’t worthwhile because he “looks set for the chop”.
The Times front page.
The Times says Metropolitan Police recruits are still being accepted using mostly online assessments, raising concerns that rogue candidates could be missed. The Met told the paper it was re-introducing in-person interviews later this year.
The Daily Express front page
The Daily Express reports that Lawangeen Abdulrahimzai, a 21-year-old man found guilty of murdering an aspiring Royal Marine, had previously killed two people in Serbia months before arriving in the UK. The paper says he told Border Force officers he was 14.
The Daily Telegraph front page. The paper's main image is of model Irina Shayk wearing a large fake lion's head on her black dress during a show at Paris Fashion Week yesterday.
The Daily Telegraph reports Abdulrahimzai had an asylum application rejected in Norway before he was granted permission to stay in the UK in 2019. He claimed to be an unaccompanied child fleeing the Taliban, the paper says. Elsewhere, it reports China has the ability to spy on people in Britain through microchips embedded in laptops, cars, fridges and lightbulbs. A report sent to the government warned the technology poses a “wide-ranging” threat to UK national security.
The front page of the Sun.
In a showbiz exclusive, the Sun says Sara MacDonald, the wife of Oasis guitarist Noel Gallagher, has filed for divorce. She has enlisted the help of Jenny Afia, a lawyer used by Prince Harry.

Nadhim Zahawi’s tax affairs take up space on many of the front pages for a third day in a row. 

The i says Rishi Sunak would not have backed his party chairman had he known about the penalty payment from HMRC – and that Mr Zahawi now “faces the sack”. 

The Guardian says Mr Zahawi’s allies hope the investigation by the ethics adviser will buy him some more time in the role. 

The Times says even if he is cleared it may not save his career because the role of chairman is often seen as “minister for the Today programme” and Mr Zahawi cannot appear on any show without being “peppered with questions about tax”. 

The Daily Star says it doesn’t need to compare Mr Zahawi’s time left in the cabinet to the shelf life of a lettuce – as it did with Liz Truss – because he is already “toast”. 

Nadhim Zahawi

The Daily Express, the Daily Telegraph and the Sun’s front pages say an Afghan refugee who had been convicted of murder in Serbia and has now been found guilty of killing a man in Dorset lied about his age to gain entry into the UK. Conservative MP Tobias Ellwood is quoted in The Telegraph calling for an inquiry into how a dangerous person “slipped through the net”. 

Boris Johnson takes over the Daily Mail’s front page with an article imploring Ukraine’s allies to give the country the arms it wants – asking “what the hell” is the west is waiting for. Mr Johnson also calls for Nato to admit Ukraine as a member. The Times points out that when he was prime minister, he said there was “no way that would happen any time soon”. 

The Times leads on a story about the Metropolitan police being one of a number of forces yet to bring back in-person interviews for potential recruits after they were scrapped during the pandemic. The other forces named are Avon and Somerset and the West Midlands. The paper says the potential lack of scrutiny risks the forces hiring “rogue officers”. The Met says it will bring back face-to-face interviews this year. Avon and Somerset police say there are some in-person elements in its hiring process.

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