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It comes amid a reduced timetable and strike action by rail workers.
Sir Keir Starmer has been out on a victory lap in Wakefield after his Labour's candidate Simon Lightwood took the seat from the Conservatives in Thursday's by-election. The Labour leader said the result put his party on track to win the next general election, saying: "The Tory Party is absolutely imploding, they know they're out of ideas and they're out of touch and if they had any decency, they'd get out the way for the next Labour government.".
‘As stated in yesterday’s congressional hearings, you don’t ask for a pardon if you are innocent. And, you don’t decline to appeal if you know you are right,’ said Heard’s spokesperson
On the corner of a street in Jackson, Mississippi, America's reckoning with abortion is up close and raw.
KYIV/POKROVSK, Ukraine (Reuters) -Russian forces fully occupied the eastern Ukrainian city of Sievierodonetsk on Saturday, both sides said, confirming Kyiv's biggest battlefield setback for more than a month following weeks of some of the war's bloodiest fighting. Ukraine called its retreat from the city a "tactical withdrawal" to fight from higher ground in Lysychansk on the opposite bank of the Siverskyi Donets river. Pro-Russian separatists said Moscow's forces were now attacking Lysychansk.
Mick Lynch says 'catching Covid isn't a qualification' to Boris Johnson supporter
More than a month ago, a stunning leak of a draft opinion by Justice Samuel Alito indicated that the Supreme Court was prepared to take the momentous step of overruling the Roe v. Wade decision from 1973 and stripping away women’s constitutional protections for abortion
Prince Charles' head gardener is developing compost by using shredded paperwork and organic waste from the Highgrove estate to help tackle the impact of climate change.
The US Supreme Court today struck down Roe v Wade, overturning the constitutional right to abortion for millions of women.
Guardian readers share tributes to people they will celebrate during the inaugural event on 26 June
Boris Johnson spoke on BBC Radio 4’s Today programme about measures to help people's finances
“I’ve always felt a bit different. Finally, I have an explanation.”
Baroness Scotland of Asthal has been re-elected as Secretary General of the Commonwealth, in a blow for the Prime Minister who attempted to have her ousted by backing a rival candidate.
Wales forward Gareth Bale has confirmed he is set to join Major League Soccer side Los Angeles FC when his contract with Real Madrid expires. The five-time Champions League winner is soon to be a free agent and is looking for a new club ahead of playing for Wales at the World Cup in Qatar, which starts in November.
Former Conservative leader Michael Howard urged the Cabinet to consider resigning.
Volodymyr Zelensky has described Glastonbury as the "greatest concertation of freedom" as he addressed the festival calling for the world to "spread the truth" about Russia's invasion of Ukraine. The Ukrainian president spoke via a video message played ahead of The Libertines stage-opening set on the big screens at the Other Stage on Friday.
A coastguard helicopter also went to the scene.
High court judge grants permission on one ground after ruling last week in Observer and Guardian journalist’s favour
Prime minister says current setup ‘makes no sense’
'People will die': Women react after Supreme Court overturns the constitutional right to abortion