What the papers say – June 23

Sunday’s papers are dominated by developments after police were called to a “row” at a flat shared by Boris Johnson and his partner Carrie Symonds.

The Tory leadership hopeful repeatedly refused to explain why officers had to visit the property, the Sunday Express reports.

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Mr Johnson’s refusal to answer questions about the incident at a hustings event in Birmingham led senior Tories to raise concerns about his suitability for Number 10, The Observer reports.

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Some allies of his rival, Jeremy Hunt, have claimed Mr Johnson is at risk of being blackmailed over his “colourful” private life, the Sunday Times reports.

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Mr Johnson’s poll ratings took a hit as a result of the reports, according to surveys for the Mail on Sunday.

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The Sunday Mirror leads with an account by the neighbour who rang the police after hearing the row in the early hours of Friday morning.

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The neighbour’s wife had previously swore at the Conservative leadership candidate in the street and declared that “all Tories suck”, the Sunday Telegraph reports.

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In other news, the Sunday People leads with a report on Karen Matthews.

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