Late last week spectators at Melbourne Park were asked to remove their T-shirts and security confiscated a banner emblazoned with the same words, on the grounds that TA prohibits “clothing, banners or signs that are commercial or political”.
It has been almost three months since Peng accused a senior Chinese official of sexual assault then virtually disappeared from public life.
The governing body stood by its rationale on Sunday , saying Peng’s “safety is our primary concern” and it was working with the Women’s Tennis Association to “seek more clarity” on the Chinese star’s wellbeing.
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EU Warns Of End To Free Trade Deal If Truss Pushes Protocol Changes
The European Commission raised the spectre of an economically damaging trade war with the UK yesterday, pledging to respond with "all measures at its disposal” if Liz Truss pressed ahead with a plan to rewrite the Northern Ireland protocol.
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Sunak Faces Tory Clamour To Act Now On Cost Of Living
Tory MPs are piling pressure on Rishi Sunak to take decisive action to deal with the cost of living crisis with measures such as cutting VAT, increasing energy bill support and raising benefits, as inflation is forecast to top 9% today.
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