Cameron Norrie says his Wimbledon quarter-final match against the Belgian David Goffin will be the “biggest match of my career”. The British number one is the only UK singles player left in the tournament, and he says he is “not satisfied yet” and wants to “keep pushing for more”.
The Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v Wade is "outrageous", the US vice president Kamala Harris has said. Speaking at the Essence Festival of Culture in New Orleans during a "fireside chat" with actress Keke Palmer, Harris said that the court's decision had taken away a "constitutional right" from the women of America. "The statement has been made that the government has a right to come in your home and tell you as a woman... what you should do with your body", Harris said.
Sir Keir Starmer says in a speech in Westminster that, “under Labour, Britain will not go back into the EU. We will not be joining the single market or the customs union.” The Labour leader admitted that “some people don’t want to hear that”, but that “nothing about revisiting those rows will help stimulate growth.”.
A Canadian artist created a lifelike mini-sculpture of pop sensation Lady Gaga, sharing footage of her incredibly intricate process to her YouTube channel.Alberta-based miniaturist Juliana LePine modelled the 18 cm figurine on Gaga’s look while performing The Star Spangled Banner at the 2016 Super Bowl — including everything from the singer’s red eyeshadow to her mismatched red and blue heels.LePine’s many models have included impressively detailed reproductions of artists such as Vincent van Gogh, John Lennon, Axl Rose, and Freddie Mercury, as well as fictional characters like Doc Brown and Dracula; her work can be seen on her Instagram. Credit: Juliana LePine Sculptures via Storyful
The Queen’s Baton Relay has landed in England ahead of the Commonweal Games later this month. On Monday, the baton set off on its 2,500-mile trip around England, starting at the Eden Project in Cornwall.