The Guardian - July 22, 2022
The Guardian - July 22, 2022
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In this issue
July 22, 2022
Pride in Lionesses fuels a boom in girls’ football
From Stockport to London, England’s success in the Women’s Euro 2022 tournament is encouraging a new generation of girls to take up football, say coaches at the heart of the game.
Climate criminal? Outrage over Kylie Jenner’s 17-minute fl ight on private jet
The US businesswoman and social media star Kylie Jenner has faced a torrent of criticism for her decision to take her private jet on a flight that lasted just 17 minutes.
Team Liz Campaign machine picks up the pace
A Boris Johnson loyalist who was in Indonesia when the prime minister was deposed, Liz Truss had to scramble to pull together her leadership campaign team at break neck speed.
Team Rishi Twixes and a ‘tech bro’ vibe fuel the operation
Rishi Sunak’s daughter was initially confused when she saw him going out of the door the day after his resignation, asking him why he was still wearing a suit if he no longer had a job.
Patel accused of hiding report critical of failures over Channel crossings
The Home Office has been accused of dodging scrutiny after a damning report on the government’s response to the surge in Channel crossings was published on the last day of parliament.
Hasta la vista Will Johnson stage surprise comeback?
Having departed the d ispatch box with the words “ hasta la vista, baby” and told MPs “mission largely accomplished – for now”, Boris Johnson was typically attention-seeking during his final prime minister’s questions.
BBC pays ‘substantial’ damages to nanny over Diana interview
The BBC has agreed to pay substantial damages to the former royal nanny Tiggy Legge-Bourke after false allegations that she had an affair with Prince Charles were used to obtain Martin Bashir ’s 1995 interview with Diana, Princess of Wales.
‘A lovely golden era’ Play revels in genius of Dawson
Who knew, growing up in the 1970s and 80s, that we weren’t watching mere comedians, but the dramatis personae in plays that would one day light up the Edinburgh festival?
Cheetahs to return to India for the first time in 70 years
Cheetahs are to return to India’s forests this August for the first time in more than 70 years , officials have announced.
Frasers Group plans more stores as sales bounce back
Mike Ashley’s Frasers Group , the owner of Sports Direct and Jack Wills , plans more acquisitions and store openings after sales rose by almost a third and profits bounced back after the end of lockdowns.
Just hot air? For all the talk at Farnborough, zero-carbon aviation remains years away
The temperature of the runway at the Farnborough air show this week hit 50C (122F).
Magull and Popp fire slick Germany into the semi-fi nals
Germany are one game away from their ninth European Championship final but they were given an almighty fright.
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