‘Boris on the ropes’: what the papers say about mounting pressure on PM

‘Boris on the ropes’: what the papers say about mounting pressure on PM

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Johnson has denied he said ‘let the bodies pile high’ during debate over national lockdown late last year

The front pages will do little to ease the pressure on Boris Johnson over allegations that he said “let the bodies pile high” in relation to the national lockdown late last year.

The Guardian splashes with “Pressure on Johnson after claim of slur on Covid dead”. It says faced with the fury of grieving relatives the PM and senior ministers denied that he made the alleged comments, which were first reported by the Daily Mail on Monday.

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