LIFE

"F*** the Supreme Court," said Phoebe Bridgers (and she wasn't the only one).
Enough with squishing all your packing in so you can barely do the zip up...
Brits must stay "vigilant" on abortion rights, campaigners have urged.

UKRAINE LATEST

"In these days of long range missiles and stealth - distance is no protection," the cabinet minister said.
It's starting to look like Ukraine might not be able to win on its own – and Russia certainly isn't going to give up.
General Sir Patrick Sanders says he has never seen such a clear threat to peace and democracy as the “brutal aggression” of Russian president Vladimir Putin.
At least 13 killed and 40 wounded on another difficult day on the battlefront.

POLITICS

An "irate" former president Donald Trump tried to grab the steering wheel of the presidential limo in hopes of driving to the US Capitol, according to a former White House aide.
Simon Case says lockdown breaking parties were "horrifying" and No.10 press office faces “disciplinary process”.
MP says people should not be "lecturing" United States over Supreme Court's decision to remove right to abortion.
Keir Starmer had warned his shadow cabinet that they and their teams should not attend any pro-strike demos.
"We’re starting from scratch, the slate is wiped clean," he says.
"It may prove necessary to take action to remove him," Steve Baker said.
Ex-prime minister speaks out as NI Protocol Bill clears its first Commons hurdle.
Grant Shapps vowed to bin repetitive rail announcements as part of his "bonfire of banalities".

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