The prime minister is facing allegations he attempted to get his wife a top job at the foreign office.
The prize of sitting around a table for a meal with the last three British prime ministers was auctioned at the controversial Conservative Party summer fundraising ball on Monday night.
Boris Johnson is understood to have wanted to make Carrie Johnson his chief of staff at the foreign office while they were in a relationship in 2018.
Tuesday's front pages were all devoted to the prime minister's future after he survived a confidence vote among his own MPs.
Boris Johnson will face a vote of no confidence after a Tory rebellion over his attendance of a party in Downing Street during lockdown.
Grant Shapps said Johnson has to make 'difficult decisions' - but didn't mention the PM's decisions to attend lockdown parties in Downing Street.
The PM told Mumsnet: "I’m not going to deny the whole thing hasn’t been a totally miserable experience for people in government."
Briton's papers have given their verdict over the Sue Gray report - with the morning landscape offering a mixed view.
Wednesday proved yet another challenging day for Boris Johnson after shocking details about law-breaking in Downing Street emerged following the publication of Sue Gray's long-gestating report.
Sue Gray's report into Partygate includes texts and emails that show No 10 staff knew they were flouting the rules.
The report showed that during one of the events, one individual was sick, and two others were involved in a 'minor altercation'.
A growing number of senior Tory MPs have criticised the prime minister after leaked photos show him at a Downing Street leaving-do during lockdown.
Labour MP Jess Phillips says women in politics have to be tougher than men, and it is often left to them to put their heads above the parapet such as in the 'porngate' scandal.