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“Calamity Cressida” is finally gone, says the Mail, following the surprise resignation of Met Police chief Cressida Dick. She stood down after London Mayor Sadiq Khan said he had lost faith in her ability to reform the scandal-hit force. Boris Johnson is expected to claim he didn’t breach rules by attending lockdown parties because No 10 is his home as well as his workplace, says the Times. Thousands of people live above the shop or restaurant where they work, says Gavin Barwell, Theresa May’s former chief of staff, on Twitter. “Why does the PM think he was entitled to behave differently?” Donald Trump has denied allegations that he used to flush documents down his White House loo. A New York Times reporter claims the pipes got so clogged with “wads of clumped-up printed wet paper” that staff had to call in a plumber.