This week’s PMQs will see Labour’s Angela Rayner face off against Tories Dominic Raab as the PM is in Madrid for the Nato summit.
PMQs Live – 29/06 – Summer strikes, controversial Northern Ireland protocol bill
The Metro says BORIS JOHNSON will send more British troops to Estonia to bolster Nato’s presence at the border with Russia.
The Guardian says DONALD TRUMP and his two closest advisers could face widening criminal exposure over the Capitol attack after ex-White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson testified.
The Guardian says A TEXAS sheriff, whose beat largely includes the city of San Antonio, has declared he would not be pursuing those in his jurisdiction who choose to get an abortion after the supreme court scrapping of federal abortion rights.
The Independent says BORIS JOHNSON has revealed that he had a “frank” exchange with Argentina’s president Alberto Fernandez about British sovereignty of the Falkland Islands at the G7 conference.
Euronews says FINLAND AND SWEDEN have struck a deal with Turkey that sees Ankara drop its objections to the two Nordic countries joining NATO.
Reuters says Trump tried to grab the steering wheel of the Secret Service limousine when he was told he would not be joining supporters moving on the U.S. Capitol.
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CNN says MINNESOTA TO CALIFORNIA, Florida, Ohio, South Carolina, New York and many, many places in between.
The New York Times says FOR NEARLY 50 years, conservative Christians marched, strategized and prayed. And then, on an ordinary Friday morning in June, the day they had dreamed of finally came.
The Independent says BORIS JOHNSON is facing a renewed bid to topple his premiership after a flurry of new no confidence letters were reportedly submitted to the 1922 committee.
The Guardian says WORLD LEADERS have denounced Russia’s deadly strike on a shopping centre in the Ukrainian city of Kremenchuk as “abominable” and a war crime.
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The Independent says THERESA MAY has called the PM’s patriotism into question as she declared she will not support his bid to override the Northern Ireland protocol.
Euronews says RUSSIAN TROOPS struck a shopping centre in Kremenchuk in the Poltava region with at least two missiles on Monday afternoon.
TRT World says BATTLES over abortion have shifted to state courts after the US Supreme Court overturned the constitutional right to the procedure nationwide.
Daily Mirror says BRAZEN BORIS JOHNSON has said he is “thinking actively” about a THIRD term in office – that would last until the “mid-2030s”.
Daily Express says JOE BIDEN is poised to step in and block Boris Johnson’s masterplan to slash the soaring costs that are contributing to “near-record” high prices for consumers.
Daily Express says EMMANUEL MACRON has been left red-faced after Boris Johnson shut down his bizarre plan to pull Britain back into the EU fold.
Daily Express says CIA SPIES and British Commandos are reportedly in Ukraine training local troops in another blow to Vladimir Putin.
The Metro says AN MP has left the Scottish National Party while he is investigated by the police over sexual assault allegations.
The Independent says BORIS JOHNSON has expressed support for excluding transgender athletes from competing in women’s events as his government applies pressure on sports bodies to impose bans.
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.
France24 says JOE BIDEN told allies “we have to stay together” against Russia on Sunday as G7 leaders gathered for a summit dominated by war in Ukraine.
TRT World news says ELECTED leaders across the US political divide have rallied for a long fight ahead on abortion –– state by state and in Congress –– with total bans in force or expected soon in half of the vast country.
The Guardian says THE LIBERAL DEMOCRAT victory in the Tiverton and Honiton byelection was spectacular.
The Guardian says CABINET SECRETARY Simon Case has admitted discussing “opportunities” for the prime minister’s wife, Carrie Johnson.
The Independent says BORIS JOHNSON has survived the verdict of his own MPs – for the time being at least.
The Guardian says OLIVER DOWDEN has resigned as Conservative chair after the party’s disastrous double byelection losses in Wakefield and in Tiverton and Honiton, saying someone “must take responsibility” for a recent run of poor results.
The Metro says VOTERS are ‘going through a tough time’, Boris Johnson has said following two huge losses in by-elections by the Conservatives.
BBC News says THE CONSERVATIVES have lost two parliamentary by-elections, with the Liberal Democrats and Labour delivering blows to Boris Johnson.
Euronews says UKRAINE has been granted official European Union candidate status, after being endorsed by the bloc’s 27 leaders during a summit in Brussels.
TRT World says US SENATORS advanced a bipartisan bill late Thursday addressing the epidemic of gun violence convulsing the country.
The Independent says BORIS JOHNSON and Prince Charles are preparing for talks with Commonwealth leaders on trade, climate change and the future of the association at a crucial summit in Rwanda this week.
Daily Express says THE CONSERVATIVE PARTY candidate in the Honiton and Tiverton by-election has been savaged ahead of the crucial vote.
Daily Mirror says BORIS JOHNSON faces a bruising 24 hours in two key by-elections today.
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