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Leaders at G7 mock bare-chested horseback rider Putin
Europe · Washington

Leaders at G7 mock bare-chested horseback rider Putin

Coverage: 43 sources
G7 leaders are gathering in Germany to discuss increasing the pressure on Vladimir Putin over the war in Ukraine. The leaders were getting ready for a group photo when British Prime Minister Boris Johnson asked whether they should take their jackets off. Video from the event in Germany shows him joking that, "We all have to show that we're tougher than Putin"See the Story
Smiling Queen makes public appearance in Scotland to take part in Ceremony of the Keys at the Palace of Holyroodhouse
Europe · Edinburgh

Smiling Queen makes public appearance in Scotland to take part in Ceremony of the Keys at the Palace of Holyroodhouse

61% Center coverage: 38 sources
The Queen has arrived in Edinburgh for a week of royal events in Scotland. She was joined by her youngest son, Edward, and his wife, Sophie. The 96-year-old monarch has curtailed her public appearances in recent months because of ongoing problems in moving around. She took part in the Ceremony of the Keys at the Palace of Holyroodhouse in Edinburgh. The tradition sees the monarch handed the keys to the city and welcomed to her hereditary kingdom of Scotland.See the Story
Birmingham: Casualties reported after house destroyed in explosion
Europe · Birmingham

Birmingham: Casualties reported after house destroyed in explosion

52% Right coverage: 21 sources
Emergency services and utility companies are at the scene of the explosion. Evacuations are taking place and residents have been told to leave the area immediately. West Midlands Police said there have been reports of casualties but the number and the severity of the people's injuries are currently unknown.See the Story

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Europe · London

Criminal barristers strike over legal aid fees and working conditions

50% Right coverage: 12 sources
First of two days of strike action by barristers in dispute over pay and conditions. Row is over level of pay given to suspects who cannot afford lawyers. Justice Secretary Dominic Raab described the action as "regrettable" Barristers have been rallying outside a number of high-profile courts.See the Story
Europe · Birmingham

Woman found dead at scene of house destroyed in gas explosion

50% Left coverage: 10 sources
Woman found dead after suspected gas explosion in Kingstanding, Birmingham. West Midlands Fire Service said: "We're very sad to confirm that a woman has been found dead at the scene of last night's explosion" Our thoughts and sympathies are with everyone affected," they said.See the Story
Europe · London

Plan to override protocol 'could be law by end of year'

34% Center coverage: 6 sources
Boris Johnson says plans to override parts of the Northern Ireland deal could become law "fairly rapidly" MPs are set to vote on the controversial new legislation on Monday. It contains measures to remove checks on goods and animal and plant products travelling from Great Britain to Northern Ireland. EU has launched legal action against the UK in retaliation to the proposed legislation.See the Story
Europe · London

Patients asked to travel for hospital treatment in NHS 'final push' to 'eliminate two-year waiters'

50% Right coverage: 6 sources
People waiting two or more years for a medical procedure are being encouraged to seek hospital treatment in a different part of the country where services aren't so stretched. See the Story
Europe · London

Britain and allies face '1937 moment' following Ukraine war, head of army to warn

Coverage: 7 sources
Britain and its allies face their "1937 moment" following Russia's invasion of Ukraine. The new head of the Army is set to signal that Britain must do everything possible to avert another world war. General Sir Patrick Sanders, the Chief of the General Staff, is expected to say Russian President Vladimir Putin and his "expansionist ambitions" pose the greatest threat to sovereignty.See the Story

Man charged with sexually assaulting woman inside Dearborn store, police say

67% Center coverage: 3 sources
Marshal Dwight Brown is accused of walking into the store while wearing an Amazon hat and shirt. When she confronted Brown, they got into a brief struggle, police said. Brown was arrested Thursday (June 23) in Lyon Township and charged with fourth-degree criminal sexual conduct.See the Story
Europe · Edinburgh

Nicola Sturgeon: Push for indyref2 now a 'Scottish democracy movement'

60% Right coverage: 5 sources
Pushing for a referendum is now as much about a ‘Scottish democracy movement’ as it is Scottish independence, the First Minister has said on the eve of a key statement to Holyrood.See the Story
Boris Johnson · Germany

PM implies he is prepared to breach international law to safeguard UK steel

67% Right coverage: 3 sources
Boris Johnson argued at the G7 summit in Germany it is reasonable for British steel to enjoy the ‘same protections’ as other European economies.See the Story
Rochdale · Rochdale

Rochdale grooming gang: Wrong to deport members, tribunal told

Coverage: 2 sources
Abdul Aziz, Adil Khan and Qari Rauf were jailed in 2012 for child sex offences. All three were liable to be deprived of UK citizenship and deported. Then-home secretary Theresa May ruled it would be "conducive to the public good" Aziz has already been told he will not be stripped of his UK citizenship.See the Story
Nigel Farage

Imam tells Nigel Farage there's 'nothing in Quran that talks about killing homosexuals' after attack on LGBT venue in Oslo

100% Right coverage: 1 sources
GB News presenter Nigel Farage questioned the Imam on the Quran's stance towards homosexualitySee the Story
Boris Johnson

Boris Johnson warned he's 'creating block vote against him' as Tory MP Andrew Bridgen calls for him to step down before next election

100% Right coverage: 1 sources
Mr Bridgen's statement follows claims of further no confidence letters being submitted against the Prime MinisterSee the Story

Police officers opened 'hate incident' file after 11-year-old boy called 'shorty' and 'leprechaun'

100% Right coverage: 1 sources
Police officers in Wiltshire stepped in after the child was subject to name-calling in the streetSee the Story

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