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A Republican congresswoman has called the Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v Wade a “victory for white life” while praising former president Donald Trump for his role. Mary Miller, a representative from Illinois, made the controversial comments at a “Save America” rally on Saturday (25 June) where she shared the stage with Mr Trump. “President Trump, on behalf of all the Maga patriots in America, I want to thank you for the historic victory for white life in the Supreme Court yesterday,” Ms Miller said, to cheers from the audience.
The portrait will be displayed at the National Portrait Gallery when it reopens in 2023.
Several players have broken strict dress code at tennis tournament
Union leaders have called for a pay rise in line with inflation which is set to rise to 11 per cent later this year
Analysis: A price cap on Russian oil and potential famine in Africa are among issues pressing for attention
PM inists reports of death of democracy in US are ‘grossly exaggerated’
Boris Johnson was speaking at the G7 summit, where Ukraine’s Volodymyr Zelensky was pleading with world leaders for extra help.
Grieving family and friends paid their last respects Sunday to British journalist Dom Phillips, who was murdered in the Amazon earlier this month along with an Indigenous expert.
At least 101 members stood for elections in 2022 as threats of violence and suspension of rights loom for the community
Labour has said pupils should receive face-to-face, professional careers guidance while at school.
The first yachts to make it all the way round the Isle of Wight will be honoured at a ceremony later this morning.
The presenter thanked NHS doctors after suffering from bowel cancer.
About half of city’s decorative fountains targeted amid state of emergency in Lombardy region
QUITO (Reuters) -Ecuadorean President Guillermo Lasso said on Sunday he would cut prices for gasoline and diesel by 10 cents a gallon, the latest concession to try to end nearly two weeks of anti-government protests in which at least six people have died. The sometimes-violent demonstrations by largely indigenous protesters demanding lower fuel and food prices, among other things, began on June 13 and have slashed Ecuador's oil production. Lasso, whose adversarial relationship with the national assembly has worsened during the protests, had already withdrawn security measures and announced subsidized fertilizers and debt forgiveness, and his government met this weekend with indigenous groups.
Tanya Franks has quit 'EastEnders' as her character leaves Albert Square for good with baby son Roland.
Kyiv Mayor Vitali Klitschko says Russia has targeted the Ukrainian capital
Pakistan has sentenced one of the militants linked to the 2008 terrorist attacks in Mumbai, India to 15 years in prison for terror financing unrelated to the assaults
George Michael won’t be doing a hologram tour, his former song writing partner and friend David Austin says, because the technology isn’t good enough to create a show that does justice to his songs. “We were going to see if we could do a hologram idea in the middle of the Royal Albert Hall,” Austin said. Speaking at a screening of new Michael documentary Freedom Uncut at Soho House last night, Austin said: “The problem with holograms is people just don’t engage, 20 minutes in... people are on their phone... There won’t be a ‘HoloWham’.”
Letters: John Lynch and Declan O’Neill respond to an article on how tactical voting, as seen in the recent byelections, could reshape British politics. Plus a letter from David Smith
The inquiry was launched on the second anniversary of the stabbings at the Park Inn hotel in Glasgow.