The Guardian - July 01, 2022
The Guardian - July 01, 2022
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In this issue
July 01, 2022
Tory deputy chief whip resigns amid sexual misconduct claims
Chris Pincher apologises to PM in latest scandal to hit Westminster
US supreme court restricts power of government to tackle climate crisis
The US supreme court has sided with Republican-led states to in effect hobble the federal government's ability to tackle the climate crisis, in a ruling that will have profound implications for the government's overall regulatory power.
Fossils help scientists put their finger on secret of panda thumb
Ancient fossils discovered in China have helped researchers get a grip on the enduring mystery of the panda's false thumb.
State of the art Success for plan to record every public sculpture in UK
Between two fields on the outskirts of a 1960s new town in Northumberland is a startling, track-stopping sculpture passed by on a regular basis by hardly anyone: it's a 15ft spoon.
Teenager murdered Logan Mwangi days after moving into his home
A teenager who murdered five-year-old Logan Mwangi moved into the family home five days before the killing, in a decision likened by prosecutors to throwing a lit match into a powder keg, it emerged yesterday.
F1 steers clear of Ecclestone's claim that he would 'take a bullet' for Putin
Formula One has sought to distance itself from remarks made by its former chief executive Bernie Ecclestone, who said he would "take a bullet" for Russia's president, Vladimir Putin, and said he was "a first-class person".
Big brands accused of greenwash over plastic packaging
Claims about plastic packaging being eco-friendly made by big brands, including Coca-Cola and Unilever, are misleading greenwash, according to a report.
Robson joins calls for Wimbledon to introduce reusable bottles for players
The former junior Wimbledon champion and Olympic silver medallist Laura Robson has joined calls for Wimbledon to limit the use of plastic bottles.
Katie Boulter dedicates her greatest win to her late grandmother
The Wimbledon wildcard Katie Boulter pulled off a remarkable win against a former world No 1 yesterday, just two days after the death of her grandmother.
Uniformed police not welcome on march, say London Pride organisers
Pride in London says uniformed officers should not march in the parade, after calls from LGBTQ+ campaigners to bar them because of Scotland Yard's "homophobic" handling of the investigation into the serial killer Stephen Port.
Boy, 7, takes on charity ride from London to Paris after father's death
A seven-year-old boy will become one of the youngest people to cycle between London and Paris as he raises money for a charity that supported him after his father's death.
Ministers scrap key sections of schools bill after criticism by Tory peers
Ministers have announced a U-turn on key elements of the government's schools bill, scrapping or amending clauses that would have given the Department for Education greater control over "virtually every aspect" of academy trusts in England.
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