The ‘daily attacks’ on Boris Johnson within his own party, major industrial action and Kyiv’s call for more weapons feature in national newspapers.
The Guardian says the Tories who tried to oust the Prime Minister are drawing up plans for “election strikes” to cripple law-making and make the most of the vote of confidence.
The Prime Minister will face ‘daily attacks’ from backbench MPs, reports the Iwhile The Daily Telegraph Mr Johnson has been asked to give his rival Jeremy Hunt the chancellorship to stabilize the party.
Cabinet ministers are pressuring Mr Johnson to cut taxes if he wants to stay at No 10, according to The temperaturewith the Daily Express claiming that this decision will be used to “silence the conservative rebels”.
The Independent says the prime minister has been warned of a ‘show of force’ confrontation with Brussels as he tries to drum up additional support in government.
Members of Network Rail’s Rail, Maritime and Transport (RMT) union and 13 train operators will later this month undertake the biggest industrial action show in the industry for a generation, in a story covered by the Daily Mail and Subway.
“Can’t someone fix this?” ask the DailyMirror accompanied by a photo of “airport hell”, with The sun saying Britons will be spending their holidays in their gardens due to the series of ‘crippling’ transport strikes and the cost of living crisis.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has issued a fresh plea to the West for more weapons as he said a standoff with Russia was ‘not an option’, reports the FinancialTimes.
And the daily star says the “double whammy” of storms and pollen will cause “sneezing hell” this week.