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Boris Johnson eyes decade in power

Boris Johnson is preparing for a decade-long premiership after a series of historic victories in Labour’s former heartlands. The prime minister said that he would embark on a ‘massive project’ of levelling up the country as he sought to cement the Conservatives’ electoral success. He is expected to make a keynote speech in the coming weeks. Cabinet ministers said they believed that there had been a permanent change in the nation’s political identity and suggested that Johnson could outlast Margaret Thatcher, who was in Downing Street for 11 years – Times

Anneliese Dodds and Angela Rayner bear the brunt of Labour’s bitter defeat – Sunday Times

Sadiq Khan re-elected as London Mayor – Sunday Express

Church to consider removing or altering slavery monuments – Observer

Fee-paying boarding school reports its chaplain to anti-terror unit Prevent for telling pupils in a sermon that they’re allowed to disagree with LGBT teaching – Mail on Sunday

States turning down Covid-19 vaccine doses as US demand declines – Guardian

‘Coronapass’ vaccine passport system to be imposed on Cyprus – Epoch Times

COMMENT

The crisis facing Labour goes far beyond Keir Starmer and Brexit – Janet Daley, Sunday Telegraph

For the first time, I suspect that reports of Labour’s death are not exaggerated – Charles Moore, Telegraph

Was the Tate Modern attacker driven mad by drugs? Don’t you dare ask! – Peter Hitchens, Mail on Sunday

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Edited by Kathy Gyngell

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