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A Government crackdown on unions features among the stories on Sunday’s front pages.
Kyiv Mayor Vitali Klitschko says Russia has targeted the Ukrainian capital
Analysis: A price cap on Russian oil and potential famine in Africa are among issues pressing for attention
Relative mistakenly sold ‘shocked and horrified’ Buxton woman’s inherited vinyls for less than £1 each
Pope Francis is urging families to shun “selfish” decisions that are indifferent to life as he closed out a big Vatican family rally a day after the U.S. Supreme Court ended constitutional protections for abortion
Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau discuss the size of each other's private planes during a bi-lateral talk at the G7 Summit in Schloss Elmau, Germany.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson says he remains "optimistic" that the government can solve the problems around the Northern Ireland Protocol, appealing for the EU negotiators to show "flexibility". MPs are set to vote on controversial new legislation to give ministers powers to override parts of the post-Brexit deal in the province.
The portrait will be displayed at the National Portrait Gallery when it reopens in 2023.
Dublin’s Pride Parade has returned to the streets of the capital on Saturday for the first time since the pandemic began. The rainbow-clad spectacle featured young people, LGBT+ support groups, Ukrainian nationals, and the Irish premier all taking part.
Prime minister under fire after insisting he will not change his behaviour in office
The inquiry was launched on the second anniversary of the stabbings at the Park Inn hotel in Glasgow.
Police fired tear gas from the windows of the Arizona Capitol building on Friday (24 June) to disperse hundreds of protesters demonstrating outside. The crowds gathered on the evening that the US Supreme Court overturned Roe v Wade, ruling that abortion is not a constitutional right. Many on the Capitol grounds in Phoenix were divided into groups condemning and supporting the decision.
Many observers expected the Jan. 6 committee hearings would be nothing more than reruns, but they've proven much more
The three vessels from the GB Row Challenge hoped to collect environmental data.
The first yachts to make it all the way round the Isle of Wight will be honoured at a ceremony later this morning.
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.
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.
Council chiefs cancelled a talk by Julie Bindel, the feminist writer, on protecting women from male violence because it contradicts their position on trans rights.
Prime minister refuses to accept Partygate scandal triggered byelection defeats – and rules out ‘psychological transformation’ to change his character
Democrats energised heading into crucial midterm battle