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G7 meeting in Bavaria: Boris Johnson rallies group to keep up the fight on Ukraine

At a summit in Germany, Emmanuel Macron (pictured with other G7 leaders, at meeting and dinner), who had been seen by No 10 as wavering, yesterday said he was committed for the long haul. Boris Johnson (main) said 'backing down' now would be a catastrophic mistake as he warned against encouraging Volodymyr Zelensky to accept a peace deal. Downing Street said the Russian leader's (inset) decision to fire missiles on the Ukrainian capital had been 'stupid' and had 'stiffened the resolve' of leaders. The spokesperson added that Macron and Johnson, who have until now had a strained relationship, were 'aligned' as the French said the defeat of Russia is 'option number one' and peace is 'number two'. 'There is a real sense that Putin was stupid to bomb Kyiv as the G7 gathered', a No 10 source also said. 'It has made the leaders more united'. The timing of the attack was seen as a pointed message to world leaders to encourage Ukraine into a peace deal where it cedes large portions of its territory. A Downing Street spokesman also warned that 'enduring instability' could be created if Putin was not curtailed now from launching similar attacks on other countries.

French court hears Russian hitman was dispatched to kill blonde reporter before Jill Dando

Jill Dando's murder could have been a case of mistaken identity as French court documents claim the real target was Lisa Brinkworth - and that the killing was ordered by a French fashion mogul. Gerald Marie, 72, is accused of multiple counts of sexual assault and hired a Russian hitman to murder Lisa Brinkworth after she went undercover to expose his agency, according to extraordinary claims in the papers. The assassin may have mistaken Miss Dando for the real target given striking similarities in their appearance and occupation, as well as the fact that they lived in the same part of London, lawyers argue. Miss Dando was gunned down on the doorstep of her home in Fulham, west London, in 1999 and though stalker Barry George was convicted in 2001, he was later acquitted and the investigation remains open.

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JULIE BINDEL: My planned talk was cancelled on the ludicrous grounds that my views on transgender rights are 'at odds' with civic policy. Now I am suing the council responsible.

Mr Johnson was asked if a woman can be born with a penis, amid a debate in some quarters about anatomy and gender. 'Not without being a man, that's my view about that,' he replied.

Boris Johnson is going to 'delay' a cabinet reshuffle 'until autumn' following the double by-election defeat as Labour insiders claim 'Operation Domino' plan to bring across six Tory MPs is still 'in play'.

Boris Johnson warned yesterday that there is 'no point' in giving workers bumper pay rises because it would push up prices even further.

The X Factor's Tom Mann joined by loved ones as he holds memorial for late fiancée

The X Factor's Tom Mann was surrounded by his loved ones as he held a memorial for his late fiancée Danielle Hampson this weekend. Singer Tom, 28, was heartbroken following the death of Danielle on the morning of their wedding day last week. Taking to Instagram on Sunday, Tom shared a photo of a large group of his friends and family as they gathered in a park, with the caption reading: 'Today was for our Dani,' along with a white heart emoji.

It has emerged a former Qatari prime minister donated £2.5million to the Prince of Wales's Charitable Fund. Three donations of nearly £900,000 were stuffed in carrier bags and a holdall.

The 32-year-old was left shaken on Sunday after her son Wolfie had to be rushed to hospital due to an allergic reaction -explaining she was feeling 'so many emotions' following the scary ordeal.

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One man is fighting for his life and four others are injured as huge explosion destroys house and badly damages at least three more on Birmingham street

West Midlands Police said they were called just after 8.30pm on Sunday to the incident on Dulwich Road in Kingstanding. One house has been destroyed and several others have been significantly damaged as well as nearby cars, the force said. West Midlands Ambulance Service said people at the scene rescued a man from the destroyed house but he had 'very significant injuries' and was taken to hospital. Four other men suffered minor injuries and were assessed by ambulance crews at the scene, WMAS added. Emergency services said evacuations were taking place and people have been urged to avoid the area, with Dulwich Road and surrounding roads closed. Emergency services said the cause of the fire is not yet known.

Charities have warned that scams (pictured victim Angela Briscoe) seeking to cash in on struggling consumers are 'the next big thing' because it offers 'a new hook' for criminals to exploit.

Mum-of-one, Nicole Elkabbas (pictured), 44, from Kent, conned hundreds into donating more than £40,000 by pretending she had cancer and will only have to pay back a fiver.

Keeping it casual! Carrie Johnson and Brigitte Macron lead the stylish G7 wives

Carrie Johnson joined Brigitte Macron as the pair dressed low-key on a Nordic walk around Lake Ferchensee in Germany today. The two were dressed casually in walking shoes as they accompanied German former professional skier Christian Neureuther, former professional biathlete and cross-country skier Miriam Neureuther, Britta Ernst, wife of German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, and Amelie Derbaudrenghien, partner of European Council President Charles Michel. During their walking tour near Elmau Castle, in Kruen, in Germany, the six were engaged in chat and looked in good spirits as they explored the area together. Germany is currently hosting the G7 summit from today until 28 June, and German Chancellor Olaf Scholz's wife Britta Ernst is hosting the ladies in her first major appearance as first lady. Britta Ernst, a politician in her own right who is the education minister of the eastern German state of Brandenburg, where she and her husband live, arranged the walk with former professional skiers Christian Neureuther and Miriam Neureuther. 

The British and Canadian prime ministers have both flown from Rwanda's Commonwealth meeting to Germany for the gathering of world leaders - the first since Putin launched his brutal invasion of Ukraine.

'We've got to show them our pecs!' G7 leaders joke about being 'tougher' than Putin and mock his 'bare-chested horseback riding'

Boris Johnson, Canada's Justin Trudeau and European commission president Ursula von der Leyen all mocked the Russian dictator as they sat down for discussions in Bavaria. In a reference to Putin's notorious macho photo ops, they suggested doing some 'bare chested horseback riding' to show they were 'tougher' than him. The undiplomatic chat risks further inflaming tensions amid the standoff over Putin's invasion of Ukraine.

Lord Frost urged his former conservative colleagues to scrap the new Online Safety Bill, saying it will outlaw comments on social media that would be legal in the real world.

But before she met Margrethe II during the Queen of Denmark's state visit to the UK in 1974, her Majesty was advised not to mention the nation's reputation as the porn 'capital of Europe'.

Firefighters rushed to the scene of the raging inferno at around 3pm to deal with the wildfire which is spreading through gorse bushes on Calton Hill, an Edinburgh landmark.

Funny cat videos have become sinister according to a leading cat charity as owners provoke their pets to garner a reaction in an attempt to make the images go viral.

Moment Man City star Phil Foden has beach bust-up with WAG Rebecca Cooke on Corfu family break 'after she looked at his phone' 

This is the moment Manchester City ace Phil Foden was forced to leave a posh beach club during a family holiday after a bust-up with his Wag. Rebecca Cooke screamed at the England player: 'Do you think I'm a d**khead?' (pictured left) in front of shocked holidaymakers at a Corfu resort after she allegedly looked at his phone while he was swimming in the sea. The footage shows Rebecca, 20, yelling at Foden, 22 (pictured right), as the pair follow two bouncers, who are carrying their baby's buggy up steps to a club at Glyfada Beach and jabs her thumb at the winger. Pointing back towards the beach, the Wag is heard shouting at the winger: 'Do you think I'm a d**khead?'.

TV legend Graham Skidmore, known as the iconic voiceover artists of Blind Date, has died aged 90. Skidmore, pictured left, was also a voiceover artist on BBC2's Shooting Stars with Vic Reeves.

Engineers and frontline workers will decide whether to walk out in as soon as a fortnight's time in what would be the first national strike in 35 years. Workers accuse BT' of a 'low flat-rate pay rise'.

'So many women and girls are going to die!' Olivia Rodrigo and Lily Allen sing her hit F**k You in front of Glastonbury thousands - while Green Day Star Billie Joe Armstrong vows to renounce U.S. citizenship as stars react with fury at Roe V Wade ruling

Olivia Rodrigo brought special guest Lily Allen on stage during her Glastonbury performance on Saturday to sing Lily's 2009 hit F**k You in response to the US Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v Wade. American singer Olivia, 19, took to The Other Stage at Worthy Farm where she said she was 'devastated and terrified' by the ruling which ended the constitutional right to abortion in the US, meaning individual states could decide whether abortion can be made illegal. Meanwhile, Green Day star Billie Joe Armstrong proclaimed 'f**k America' and claimed he was 'renouncing his citizenship' during a Friday night concert in London, saying: 'There's too much f***ing stupid in the world.'

Pro-choice supporters are threatening to deny men sex and calls for a sex strike are gaining momentum online as people continue to protest Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade.

Actress Jodie Sweetin, best known for playing Stephanie Tanner on 'Full House,' was shoved to the ground by police officers during an abortion rights protest in Los Angeles over the weekend.

'I am filled with thankfulness for each of you!' Diana Ross, 78, closes Glastonbury with back to back hits as Motown legend says goodbye to the pandemic in front of thousands at COVID delayed festival

Soul singer Diana Ross told the thousands gathered at the Pyramid Stage to "feel the power of love" as she reeled off hit after hit at the Glastonbury Festival on Sunday evening. She kicked off her set with 1980 classic I'm Coming Out drawing rapturous applause during her Sunday teatime legends slot on the final day of Glastonbury wearing a sparkly dress with a matching white cape and headpiece ensemble. The soul singer treated the crowd to a selection of classics including Baby Love, You Can't Hurry Love, Stop! In The Name Of Love and at the conclusion of Chain Reaction pink confetti was launched from the stage.

ALISON BOSHOFF: They expected 100,000, which counts as a capacity crowd at the Pyramid stage in Glastonbury. But more like 120,000 crammed in to watch Sir Paul McCartney.

HUNTER DAVIES: Paul never thought he would last this long. In the Sixties I remember him and John being unable to imagine performing in their thirties. The notion was grotesque.

Princess Beatrice is left blushing at Glastonbury after her bank card 'declined THREE

Princess Beatrice found herself in a tricky situation at Glastonbury after her card was apparently declined for payment not once, not twice... but three times. The royal was among the most photographed of the celebrity festival-goers who attended Saturday's penultimate day with headliner Sir Paul McCartney. But a visit to the Michelin-starred Pony Bistro restaurant in Glastonbury apparently left the princess, 33, blushing when it came to payment. A source said: 'She tried to pay by card but it got declined three times.' Despite the short-lived embarrassment, the Queen's granddaughter was unperturbed and soon joined her husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi among the other revellers.

Dr Max Pemberton says he is worried about 'buy now, pay later' services in the UK. He says that the companies are exploiting people, leaving one in three in debt

Louise Fennell explains that she first met Theo in 1977 at a party on a rooftop in Mayfair. She said she thought he was ridiculously handsome and knew he was the man for her.

ANDREW PIERCE: Few should be surprised by Sir Keir Starmer's failure to discipline Labour frontbenchers who ignored his order not to join RMT picket lines.

What's really the best way to shift a stone in midlife? 

Holiday season is finally here and, for every body-positive woman who has no qualms about merrily stripping off, there is another hiding behind a towel. In an era of body positivity, it may be almost taboo to admit it but many of us feel more confident in our lovely new swimsuits if we've lost those lingering lockdown love handles. Here, three UK-based writers, all keen to drop a few pounds ahead of their summer breaks, tried a different plan for 30 days. Their methods ranged from testing a new metabolism-tracking breathalyser, to eating to combat stress, to ditching lectin (the new gluten, apparently). All three got impressive results, but which was best . . ?

Champagne is proving to be a bit rich for the taste of cash-strapped Britons. Sales of the market leader Moet & Chandon are down 10.7 per cent in value to £51.1million, data by analyst NielsenIQ shows.

Rebel Labour MPs pictured left to right defied Kier Starmer's picket line ban, including Dan Carden, Kim Johnson, Paula Barker and Ian Byrne join a Liverpool picket on Saturday

Four dead - including a child - and as many as 70 people injured after stand collapses at bullfighting ring in Colombia 

A full three-storey section of wooden stands filled with spectators collapsed, throwing dozens of people to the ground, according to images broadcast on social media. 'There are four people dead at the moment - two women, a man and a child,' the governor of Tolima department, Jose Ricardo Orozco, told local radio after the incident in the central city of El Espinal. 'There are about 30 people seriously injured... that's a preliminary report,' Orozco said, noting that emergency personnel were still evacuating the wounded to area hospitals for treatment. Local civil defense official Luis Fernando Velez said they did not know how many people were still buried in the debris, but noted that the section of stands was full when it collapsed. The event, where members of the public face off with small bulls, was part of celebrations surrounding the San Pedro festival, the most popular in the region.

Princess Mary and Prince Frederik rip their eldest son Christian, 16, out of Herlufsholm

Princess Mary and Prince Frederik have removed their eldest son Christian from a prestigious Danish high school after serious allegations of sexual assault and bullying were levelled against the establishment. The Danish royal family have also confirmed their second eldest child, Isabella, will not be attending the Herlufsholm Boarding School towards the end of the year as they had originally planned.  'The question about our son Christian's and our daughter Isabella's choice of school has been very important for us, and the unfortunate matter has brought many and strong opinions into play in the public,' Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary said in a joint statement on Sunday. 'That is completely understandable when it deals with the well-being of children and young people. At the same time, it has been important to stand by our basic idea that major decisions must be made on an informed basis. We now have that basis.' Herlufsholm Boarding School became the subject of a documentary that saw two former students describe their dealings with sexual assault and another of corporal punishment.

Tony Blackburn has attacked the BBC for its 'strange' decision to move his Radio 2 show. The 79-year-old DJ appeared to blame the decision on ageism.

Beast in the East! Panicking Putin 'calls up OBESE 20st retired general to lead forces in

Putin has called an obese general out of retirement to take command of forces in Ukraine after yet another round of purges of top commanders has left him 'scraping the barrel'. The 20 stone General Pavel, 67, has been summoned from his comfortable retirement in the Moscow suburbs and told to don his specially-made army fatigues and go to the front lines of eastern Ukraine. He will now take charge of Russian special forces operating in the region after the unit's former commander was seriously injured in an artillery strike. A veteran of the Soviet Union's ill-fated invasion of Afghanistan in the 1980s, he was a 40 year veteran of Russia's special forces, but has let himself go considerably since retirement five years ago. He is understood to eat five meals a day and polish it all off with a litre of vodka. Since coming back to the service, he has had to have his uniform specially made and he needs to wear two sets of body armour to ensure his torso is protected. A senior intelligence source last night told the Daily Star Sunday : 'Putin is now scraping the barrel. Most of his best and battle-hardened senior commanders have been killed or injured fighting in Ukraine so he is resorting to sending second rate officers to the front who don't last very long.' Putin has lost at least 11 generals killed in action in Ukraine.

Cops accused of 'brutality' as officer filmed striking wounded migrant: Morocco death toll

At least 37 African migrants were killed trying to enter the EU after crowd crushes and alleged police brutality, NGO Walking Borders has claimed. More than 2,000 young men gathered yesterday to scale the border wall at Melilla, the EU's only land crossing on the African continent. Moroccan officials who guard the checkpoint claimed many were killed in the crush, with others seriously injured falling from the fence. Walking Borders spokeswoman Helena Maleno tweeted last night that 37 were killed - with the death toll 'not final'. WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT

Sheffield Hallam University has dropped its English literature course over concerns its graduates 'don't end up in highly-skilled jobs' amid a crackdown on 'low value' degrees.

DAILY MAIL COMMENT: The consequences of all this unseemly in-fighting for the Conservatives are set to be considerable - it could lock the Tories out of power and leave Britain with chaos under Labour.

Paisley and Ravid Rogers-Tripp's wedding in April had to be postponed from 2020 due to covid. Two years later and the happy day finally arrived - but ended in dance disaster for the Devon couple.

Retired couple forced to demolish their five-bed home after FIVE YEARS due to its dodgy

A couple will have to demolish their £725,000 dream retirement home in Cambridgeshire just five years after it was built. The five-bed house owned by Madeline and Alastair Price, aged 70 and 69, is so wonky they can't physically open the front door. The couple's detached home, which they bought in 2018, is covered with metre-long cracks as swelling soil is 'lifting up' the house. Insurers have blamed poorly-constructed foundations and ordered the house to be torn down and rebuilt as the damage is too severe to repair.

Justin Bieber seen for the FIRST time since Ramsay Hunt syndrome diagnosis at LAX with

Pop star Justin Bieber was seen for the first time since being diagnosed with the rare neurological disorder Ramsay Hunt syndrome with his wife Hailey earlier this month. On Sunday, the Grammy winner, 28, appeared in high spirits as he returned to Los Angles with his supermodel spouse, 25, after enjoying some quality time together on a private island in the Bahamas as he focused on his recovery. After deboarding a private jet, the Ghost singer stayed close to his wife as they sat side-by-side while being driven off the tarmac with all their luggage in tow.

Emma Raducanu returns to Wimbledon for Centre Court debut - but her grandmother won't

The British No 1 will make her Centre Court debut as she returns to SW19 where she burst on to the scene with a record-breaking run in 2021 - but her grandmother says she will not be watching. Miss Raducanu's grandmother is unable to make the journey to Wimbledon from her apartment near the centre of Bucharest, Romania, because of fears over Covid. But the retired teacher, who has never seen Emma, 19, play professionally in person, says she will not even be tuning in. 'I won't be able to get to England but I can't watch her on TV either, my heart can't take it.'

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