The Guardian - June 21, 2022
The Guardian - June 21, 2022
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In this issue
June 21, 2022
PM inflames rail dispute with strike-breaker threat
Unions accuse Johnson of 'reckless' plan on eve of mass industrial action
Sudanese trafficking victims to remain in detention, judge rules
Three Sudanese victims of torture and trafficking who faced being deported to Rwanda on a controversial charter flight last week have had their pleas to be released from detention rejected by a high court judge.
'It's good to be back' Stonehenge reopens at last to solstice crowds
A druid in flowing robes played a waltz on bagpipes in the dappled shade of a tree as a band of pilgrims on the grass made crowns of summer flowers.
Last-ditch talks fail as Britain's train services grind to a halt
The biggest rail strikes in three decades start today after late talks failed to break the impasse, with the RMT union leadership warning that industrial action would "run as long as it needs to run".
Planned marine reserves to ban fishing and rewild sea
Five highly protected marine areas (HPMAs) could be created by the government to ban all fishing and rewild the sea, the Guardian has learned.
Boat used by Dom Phillips and Bruno Pereira recovered
The boat used by British journalist Dom Phillips and Indigenous advocate Bruno Pereira when they were killed in the Amazon jungle has been recovered by police.
PM Attends Hospital For Sinus Surgery, Leaving Raab In Charge
Boris Johnson was admitted to hospital yesterday morning for what No 10 said was a minor and routine operation on his sinuses.
Taliban release five Britons after Foreign Office apology
Five British nationals held by the Taliban since last December, including the former BBC cameraman Peter Jouvenal, were released yesterday after backroom diplomacy by the Foreign Office (FCDO).
'Serious Failings' In Oldham Exposed Children To Sexual Exploitation, Review Finds
Vulnerable children were left exposed to sexual exploitation in Oldham, Greater Manchester, because of "serious failings" by the police and council, a damning independent review has found.
Novaya Gazeta Editor sells Nobel prize in aid of Ukraine
The editor of the Russian independent newspaper Novaya Gazeta is auctioning his Nobel peace prize medal, with the proceeds to help children displaced by war in Ukraine.
Thousands facing bar from jobs because of childhood offences, say campaigners
Thousands of people are at risk of being unfairly locked out of jobs because of mistakes in their youth, campaigners have said, as new data showed childhood offences were disclosed in more than 11,000 criminal records checks last year.
'Bendy and blonde' Women of colour fight racism in yoga classes
When Sue Forde returned to practising yoga in a studio earlier this year, for the first V V time since the pandemic, she was, once again, usually the only black woman in the room.
Bank Urged To Raise Interest Rates To Shore Up Weak Pound
The Bank of England should raise interest rates more aggressively to shore up the weak pound, according to one of the central bank's policymakers who warned that sterling's depreciation was fuelling inflation from higher import costs.
Granovskaia looks set to join chairman Buck in leaving Chelsea
Marina Granovskaia is increasingly likely to become the next high-profile figure to exit Chelsea after the club confirmed that Bruce Buck has agreed to relinquish his role as chairman.
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