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“Butterfly PM could be back on top from Partygate scandal” – Voice of the Mirror

Sue Gray’s report is expected to fall next week – but it may not be enough to oust Boris Johnson. The Prime Minister may survive this fatal mistake, but there is another one to come

He may survive this fatal mistake, but there's another one to come.
Voice of the Mirror readers believe the Prime Minister may survive this fatal blunder, but there is another to come

Boris Johnson has been dubbed a ‘fatty piglet’ by David Cameron for slipping through the fingers of the disaster.

And for all the piggies the Prime Minister has been telling, it looks like he’s slipping out of trouble again.

Unless Sue Gray’s report tells us something devastating that we don’t already know, Tory MPs are unlikely to force Mr Johnson to resign.

But that will not be the end.

Police will be wondering why they only gave Boris Johnson two Covid questionnaires as he attended six parties.

They are asked why so many junior staff have been fined for parties they were ordered to while the PM only received one.







Sue Gray’s report is due to be released soon
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The whole unsavory affair may have fattened the piglet, but it has lost its shine.

Mr Johnson could lose Wakefield to Labor and Honiton and Tiverton to the Lib Dems in upcoming by-elections.

The people who fret most about Partygate are traditional conservative supporters.

They tell Tory MPs on their doorstep they will never vote Conservative again as long as Mr Johnson remains leader.

That means Tory MPs in seats facing Lib Dem will lose them. And the cost of living crisis will see the Red Wall crumble.

MPs held their noses in support of Mr Johnson for being a vote-winner.

They will drop him if he becomes a loser.

Partygate is not allowed to shut down the PM. But Mr. Johnson never learns.

He may survive this fatal mistake, but there’s another one to come.







“MPs held their noses and backed Mr Johnson because he was a vote-winner”
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breach of trust

Today we report on claims that the Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust is responsible for more than 1,000 preventable deaths.

That’s a monstrous number, and it won’t get any less once it’s collapsed.

We reveal that between 2017 and 2021 2,536 mentally ill people died, between 2012 and 2019 there were 481 unexpected deaths – and so the horror continues.

And behind those statistics are people who had more lives to live and bereaved families robbed of loved ones.

Activists want the trust dissolved and replaced.

It is now up to Health Secretary Sajid Javid to decide if that is the only course of action left.

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robot wars

A survey shows that a third of men would like a robot as their companion – someone who fetches them, carries them, cleans them and brings them a beer.

Women aren’t so keen on making friends with lumps of wire and metal. And the reason, researchers say, is that robots are mostly designed by men, so the ideas aren’t always comprehensive.

Encouraging more women to get into tech and technology would give the industry a fresh start…

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