The Guardian – Tory bill accused of fatally weakening human rights
The government is setting out plans to override human rights courts, according to the Guardian.
It reports campaigners and lawyers are angry at the move.
The paper also features a photograph of celebrations of the summer solstice at Stonehenge – the first time in three years people have been allowed to do so next to the stones, due to the COVID pandemic.
Today's Headlines - Summarised
The Guardian says CRIMINAL BARRISTERS in England and Wales are to begin a strike over legal aid fees on Monday, as they warn the profession is facing an “existential crisis” because of inadequate funding.
The Guardian says AT LEAST four people were killed and hundreds injured in Colombia on Sunday after spectator stands at a bullfight collapsed, authorities said.
The Guardian says PRINCE CHARLES faced fresh controversy over the funding of his charities on Sunday, with calls for the government and the Charity Commission to investigate claims he accepted €3m in cash from a billionaire Qatari sheikh.
The Guardian says RELATIVES AND FRIENDS of six children who died in Northern Ireland’s Troubles are to share their stories in a special presentation to MPs at Westminster.
The Guardian says DIANA ROSS makes quite an entrance to the Pyramid stage’s traditional Sunday afternoon “legends” slot.
Do not give ground on Ukraine, PM tells leaders – that’s the Guardian’s take on the G7 meeting.