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Ace Press News From Cutting Room Floor: Published: Mar.23: 2023:

#AceDailyNews says here’s todays Newspaper Headlines: Its all about BORIS & GRILLING by PRIVILEGES COMMITTEE without all the EVIDENCE being GIVEN TO HIM to FIGHT HIS CORNER after LABOUR RECRUITS SUE GREY with her AXE to Grind into his HEAD is this his FINAL FAREWELL last time he said Hasta La Vista Kindness & Love XX says 🙏🙏 to Lord Thy God for COMMON-SENSE to Rule Amen

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The Financial Times leads on the takeover of Credit Suisse – saying it will “cement UBS as the world’s largest wealth manager”.

The Telegraph says the deal will incentivise the Bank of England not to raise interest rates because of the pressure that would put on weak lenders. 

The front page of City AM features an image of a Saint Bernard – which are used in rescue work in the Alps. 

“It’s a Swiss rescue” reads the headline. 

“Boris braces for Partygate showdown” says the Independent, joining the Metro in leading with the former prime minister’s appearance before a Commons committee on Wednesday where he’ll deny knowingly misleading parliament. 

The Times says that Mr Johnson is preparing to go “on the attack” in a written defence – claiming the committee is biased. 

But Tory MPs tell the Independent that strategy would be unwise. 

The paper says Mr Johnson is “addicted to getting himself into trouble” and may “be reading about his own destruction in Thursday’s newspapers”. 

The Daily Mailthe Daily Express and the Sun claim judges in Strasbourg – who blocked a flight last year that was due to take migrants to Rwanda – are “on the brink of backing down”. 

Home Secretary Suella Braverman tells the papers she’s been “encouraged” by conversations she’s had with the court. 

The Times says the Metropolitan Police could be broken up if it doesn’t reform what it describes as its “toxic culture”, which is due to be criticised in a report being published on Tuesday. 

Sources have told the paper that if a “drastic overhaul” doesn’t happen, then structural changes to the force could be considered. 

The Sun says the Met is giving out 29,000 phones to its officers, with the understanding they will be monitored for what the paper calls “bad behaviour”. 

The Guardian says the pay offer agreed by the government and health unions could be rejected by NHS workers

It says many are “furious” the deal is below the rate of inflation.

Also in the Guardian, the columnist George Monbiot argues that the invasion of Iraq – 20 years ago – is “probably the greatest crime against humanity so far this century”. 

He says its architects – including Sir Tony Blair and Gordon Brown – are as guilty as Vladimir Putin of waging a “manifestly illegal war”. 

The BBC’s world affairs editor, John Simpson, writes in the i that the invasion is the reason why the public doesn’t trust politicians

He says campaigns for Scottish independence and Brexit can be traced back to the decision. 

Mr Simpson also says Mr Putin “probably” wouldn’t have invaded Ukraine, and China might not have thought about “crushing” Hong Kong or invading Taiwan were it not for the Iraq war.

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