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Other: Jonathan Harmsworth, 4th Viscount Rothermere
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Europe · London

Zara Aleena: Hundreds take part in march for woman killed after night out in east London

50% Left coverage: 12 sources
Zara Aleena, 35, was killed while walking home from a night out in Ilford. Hundreds of people have gathered to take part in a vigil in her honour. Roads have been closed to allow those taking part to walk the 10-minute journey. Jordan McSweeney, 29, has been charged with Ms Aleena's murder.See the Story
Europe · London

Theresa May urges Boris Johnson to ban trans conversion therapy

67% Left coverage: 9 sources
The former Prime Minister has written for i to mark the 50th anniversary of Pride. She said the Government must stick to its commitment to ban all forms of conversion therapy. Mr Johnson faced heavy criticism after the long-awaited Conversion Therapy Bill failed to include specific protections for transgender people. Mrs May admits she regrets her opposition to LGBT equality.See the Story
Love Island · Villa

Ronan Keating's Son Is Entering The Love Island Villa

34% Center coverage: 3 sources
Love Island is well into its eighth series now and with Casa Amor fast approaching, the new girls have been revealed. This part of the series sees the islanders get split up into groups of boys and girls with one group staying at the original villa and the other moving to another villa for a few days. They’ll be met with a new group of girls and boys with the new boys moving in with the original girls. The new girls will also live with the original boys. Get to know the new islanders and check out their social media ahead of the new show in our explainer here.See the Story

Beat the Sunday scaries with your horoscope for July 3, 2022

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
Sit back and enjoy your Sunday.See the Story
Coffee

How to make the best-ever coffee when you're in the office

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
No more depressing mud water.See the Story

How people in one of Africa's last monarchies celebrate Pride where it's illegal

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
Many more people than usual were ‘out and proud’ this year (Pictures: Rock of Hope/Eswatini Sexual & Gender Minorities) Hundreds bravely came together to celebrate Pride despite living in a country which has outlawed their sexualities. It has been illegal to be gay in the Kingdom of Eswatini, formerly called Swaziland, since the Brits colonised the African nation in the 1800s. Campaigner Mangaliso Mndzebele told Metro.co.See the Story
NHS

Soaring fuel bills add to to 'dire' cost pressures facing NHS

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
Campaign group warns soaring fuel bills will hit budgets intended for patient care.See the Story
North Korea · North Korea

North Korea's '176,000sq ft' underground arms lair captured in satellite images

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
An underground lair is believed to be at the heart of North Korea’s secretive arms manufacturing industry (Picture: File images)A vast underground arms factory regarded as the biggest in North Korea’s military nexus has been captured in satellite imagery analysed by an open source researcher.See the Story

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