Further afield, Dutch newspaper NRC Handelsblad makes links Johnson's struggles to those of his predecessor, Theresa May. Its intro says: "A different premier, a different style, a different rhetoric, but the same outcome ."
Danish tabloid BT says Johnson is "spluttering with rage" on a day of drama and singles out the ejection from the party of Sir Nicholas Soames, aka grandson of "legend" Winston Churchill.
Other papers focus on the struggle between PM and Parliament. Germany's Süddeutsche Zeitung says simply in its headline: "Parliament opposes Johnson." Brazil's G1 news portal has "Boris against parliament", and says, perhaps optimistically, that Parliament is set for a "decisive showdown" on Wednesday.
In the US, a comment piece in the Washington Post takes a step back to reflect on Johnson's strategy. "Boris's populist playbook implodes (£)" is the headline and says that "after all the huffing and puffing, the public gets the idea the populist cult leader is an incompetent charlatan".
I had wanted to use the term "Trump's Playbook" as basic failure of the Tory Prime Ministers and successive failres: David Cameron, Theresa May and today the blunt and blustering bully Boris. After the escapades of Farage, Bannon and the frauduleus Facebook and Cambridge Analytica affair, the British House of Commons has preserved Democracy for this one day ... unfortunately the war still needs to be won! Outcome is uncertain, many heroes let their voice be known last night. Bravo to political courage and putting the country and its people first. I listened and watched a great part of the debate ... what a blistering last stand by Jacob Rees-Mogg ... his words were spun in a general who had lost his troops ... fighting a lost cause. Surely a moment to relish ... what a complete a$$ and loser.
VP Pence, Trump and USA support PM Johnson to defeat the EU technocrats in Brussels - Irish Times
Pound falls to a low point
Be careful as the scorpion hides in the shadows or under a rock. It's sting is fatal.
Opistophthalmus holmi: A small tail and big arms.
It didn't fly Boris, neither here in the Tory Party nor in Brussels.