Andy Murray ‘not supportive’ of Wimbledon ban on Russian and Belarusian players | UK News

Andy Murray is “not supportive” of the ban on Russian and Belarusian players from competing in Wimbledon, but says there is no “right answer” on the difficult situation. Speaking to journalists at the Madrid Open, the three-time grand slam winner said the guidance from the government “was not helpful” and could potentially put the families … Read more

Live Updates Russia-Ukraine News: Mariupol, Pelosi

Oleg Y. Tinkov was worth more than $9 billion in November, renowned as one of Russia’s few self-made business tycoons after building his fortune outside the energy and minerals industries that were the playgrounds of Russian kleptocracy. Then, last month, Mr. Tinkov, the founder of one of Russia’s biggest banks, criticized the war in Ukraine … Read more

Johnny Depp’s defamation trial against Amber Heard to enter fourth week

Depp is Suing Heard, his ex-wife, for $50 million over a 2018 op-ed she wrote for The Washington Post in which she described herself as a “public figure representing domestic abuse.” Though Depp was not named in the article, he claims it cost him lucrative acting roles. Heard and Depp, who met in 2009 and … Read more

EU energy ministers hold crisis talks after Russian gas cuts

BRUSSELS, May 2 (Reuters) – Energy ministers from European Union countries hold emergency talks on Monday, as the bloc strives for a united response to Moscow’s demand that European buyers pay for Russian gas in roubles or face their supply being cut off. Russia halted gas supplies to Bulgaria and Poland last week after they … Read more

MPs demand evidence that Labor leader did not break Covid rules over ‘beergate’

Keir Starmer was told tonight to provide evidence to back up his claims over Beergate. The Labor leader says he did not break Covid rules when he was caught on camera swigging beer with colleagues last year. He insists he was working and he and his team had only stopped for a ‘break’ and food … Read more

Cancer referrals hit record-breaking 2.7 million after pandemic decline | UK News

A record-breaking 2.7 million people were referred for cancer checks in the past year, NHS England data reveals, as figures suggest the COVID pandemic saw numbers plummet in 2020. The health service also said that the number of patients receiving cancer treatment has risen by around 2,000 since covid struck. Meanwhile, suspected cancer referrals remained … Read more