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What the Newspaper Say – December 10


National newspapers are talking about Boris Johnson’s latest developments at work and at home.

The temperature reports that the Tories have dropped to their worst poll rating in 11 months as two-thirds of voters question Mr Johnson’s integrity, while the Daily Express says the prime minister is facing a “growing conservative revolt”.

Dozens of government backbenchers are preparing to vote against recently announced Covid restrictions, according to the Daily mail.

The Treasury has rejected business leaders’ pleas for further help amid the anticipated loss of sales amid the new restrictions, reports the Financial Time.

the I Tory leadership contenders, including Chancellor Rishi Sunak and Foreign Minister Liz Truss, are circling around the “PM in peril” said.

The sun and the Star of the day criticize Plan B, the first presenting it as a “farce” and the second claiming that it was designed by “the clowns of n ° 10”.

Metro Reports Mr Johnson is out of the sights as he takes some time to be with his wife Carrie after giving birth to a “healthy baby girl” at a central London hospital.

Mr Johnson is facing questions as to whether he misled an investigation into the donations for the renovation of his Downing Street apartment, according to the Daily Mirror and The Guardian.

The independent said former chief standards officer Sir Alistair Graham urged his successor Christopher Geidt to reopen his investigation.

And The Daily Telegraph reports Lord Geidt is set to step down following claims Mr Johnson misled him about the renovation.