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#AceDailyNews says here’s todays Newspaper Headlines: The Guardian says the prime minister has been accused of an “utterly outrageous” breach of lockdown rules. The paper notes that Martin Reynolds’ invite went out at a time when social mixing was banned, except with one other person from another household outdoors in a public place.

The Daily Mirror is among several papers to lead on revelations that the prime minister’s private secretary invited 100 staff to “bring your own booze” to a garden party at 10 Downing Street during the first national lockdown. The paper says Boris Johnson and his then fiancee, Carrie Symonds, were said to have been at the gathering on 20 May. The news was revealed in an email obtained by ITV News.

‘Downing It Street’ The emergence of an email from a Downing Street official inviting dozens of staff to drinks in the Number 10 garden during the first lockdown, “to make the most of the lovely weather”, makes the lead for most of the papers.

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The Daily Mail says Downing Street was in crisis on Monday night after Mr Johnson was accused of attending a “boozy, lockdown-busting party”. The paper says the “bombshell email” reveals senior aide Martin Reynolds invited staff to the event when lockdown rules meant all parties were illegal.

“Downing It Street” is the Metro’s front-page headline. The papers says that less than an hour before the gathering, the then Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden had issued the direction to the public to limit meetings to one person outside of your household in an outdoor, public setting.

The Daily Express uses its front-page headline to issue a message to the prime minister: “You must end ‘partygate’ farce now”. The paper notes that Mr Reynolds asked guests to bring drinks and “make the most of the lovely weather”.

The i says a Whitehall investigation will look into this latest allegation of rule breaking. The paper also reports that a leading World Health Organization official says the end of the pandemic is “in sight” – but he warns of a difficult three months ahead.

The Times mentions the Downing Street drinks party, but leads on another story. The paper reports that the prime minister has “piled pressure” on the government’s scientific advisers to cut the isolation period for people who test positive for Covid from seven days to five. It comes after health chiefs admitted they misread guidance from the United States, where the change has been approved.

The Daily Telegraph says health bosses were accused of misleading ministers in an attempt to justify Covid rules. The UK Health Security Agency had said England’s isolation rules were effectively in line with other nations, including the US, before admitting to its mistake. The Telegraph says it is now expected that the isolation period will be cut to five days in order to tackle major staffing crises.

And the pressure grows to cut isolation meanwhile the prime minister has urged “wavering Brits” to get their Covid booster vaccinations to free the country from restrictions. It comes after the number of third jabs being delivered plummeted from a million a day at Christmas to about 140,000 now, the paper says.

And finally, the Daily Star leads on news that catching a common cold may offer some immunity against Covid. “Bless you” is the paper’s headline.

The Daily Mirror says it was an “Invite to do what you like”, while the Daily Express has the headline: “Enough Boris! You must end “partygate” farce now!” 

The Daily Mail’s headline is “Boris rocked by new party revelations”. 

The i says Number 10 has previously tried to justify Downing Street’s lockdown parties as work meetings, but this email punctures that defence. 

The Guardian quotes a “senior Tory insider” as saying: “The rules were not just tweaked but snapped in half”. 

The Times and the Daily Telegraph lead on moves to cut – from seven days to five days – the self-isolation period for fully vaccinated people in England who test positive for Covid. 

The Times says Mr Johnson has piled pressure on his scientific advisers to make the reduction after the UK Health Security Agency admitted it had misread guidance from the US when it opposed a change. 

According to the Telegraph, Health Secretary Sajid Javid is said to be “frustrated” by the situation, and it now looks all but certain that the guidance will be changed, amid concerns that lengthy isolation periods are crippling key sectors.

The Financial Times reports that ministers are increasingly optimistic that many of the Covid restrictions that were introduced in England in response to the Omicron variant will end on 26 January – when they are due for review. 

The Times says Mr Johnson is being urged to prioritise dropping the work-from-home guidance in an effort to boost economic growth. 

But the Sun warns that low take-up rates of the booster jab could delay the lifting of restrictions. 

It says the jabs have plummeted from a million a day at Christmas to around 140,000, putting at risk an early end to the measures.

There’s strong criticism of the Australian government in the leader columns after Novak Djokovic won his appeal against deportation over Covid vaccination rules. 

The Mail describes the affair as a “complete shambles”. Shouldn’t the authorities have decided whether they wanted him in their country before he arrived? it asks. 

The Mirror says the authorities have turned him into a poster boy for “all sorts of Covid cranks”. 

For the Telegraph, the episode has cast an unflattering light on Australia’s Covid policy.

Finally, the Sun reports that restaurants and cafes are facing a ban on giving out sachets of sauce and will have to find eco-friendly alternatives. 

It says single-use plastic packets for red and brown sauces, mayo, salad cream and vinegar are to be outlawed. 

It quotes an ally of Environment Secretary George Eustice as saying there’s no reason why most restaurants can’t use big bottles.

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