Rachel Sabiha Johnson is a British editor, journalist, television presenter, and author based in London. Johnson has appeared frequently on panels, including Question Time and Sky News's the Pledge. In January 2018, Johnson participated in the twenty-first series of Celebrity Big Brother. She was evicted second.
says the Prime Minister remains "defiant" about "talking tough".
The i leads with the comments of his sister, Rachel Johnson , who says her brother is using the "strongman gambit" to whip up voters.
It says he suggested MPs were out of touch and would get a "terrible shock" if they thought another referendum would "wash" with voters.
A senior cabinet minister has told that the country will face a "violent, popular uprising" if another referendum overturns the result of The First one.'Aggressive language'
The "shouting and aggressive language" must stop, demands, calling on Mr Johnson to set the tone.
Writing in, Sean O'Grady says the Prime Minister has adopted "militarist language" as part of an effort to create a populist revolt.
insists his words reflect the powerful emotions felt by Leavers.
And the Daily Mail suggests Mr Johnson's language is "quite tame" and accuses The Left of being "hypocritical," while the Daily Express say "true democrats should not shy away from clear and robust language".
says Mr Johnson's inflammatory language is "ill judged", further polarising The Debate and making a deal less likely.
says Mr Johnson has helped his party enjoy its most successful fundraising for a September. It goes onto suggest that internal polling indicates that the word "surrender" has real resonance with key voter groups.
said 150 black broadcasters had demanded a reversal of the ruling.
says Bbc staff suggested that The Complaints unit was dominated by older white men who might not have understood the Full Impact of Mr Trump's words. The Channel 4 news presenter, Krishnan Guru-Murthy, tells it was perplexing given what other "older white men have got away with saying on the Bbc ".
carries a picture from 1976 of Jacques Chirac , cigarette in hand, saying France laments the loss of "Le Bulldozer " - a nickname the FT says he was given because of his "determination and Ambition . "Jacques Chirac 's political career closed with the end of his second term as president in 2007
takes up a similar theme under the headline "So long unloved". Le Monde says once out of office his popularity improved overnight and wasn't dulled by his corruption prosecution.