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  • Euro 2024, Trump shooting and Bastille Day: photos of the weekend
    by Mee-Lai Stone on 14th July 2024 at 2:24 pm

    The Guardian’s picture editors select photographs from around the world Continue reading...

  • Tees Valley mayor Ben Houchen warns against protracted Tory leadership battle
    by Jessica Elgot Deputy political editor on 14th July 2024 at 1:01 pm

    Houchen says party is well aware of likely candidates and lengthy search for next leader would be ‘waste of time’The Conservatives should not spend too long on a protracted leadership debate that would be a “waste of time” and could risk appearing self-indulgent, the Tees Valley mayor Ben Houchen has said.Houchen, who is now the most senior Conservative in office, said the party was well aware of the potential leadership candidates and said he could not see why a contest would need to […]

  • From Jacob Rees-Mogg to Jonathan Ashworth: unseated MPs recall best moments
    by Hannah Al-Othman on 14th July 2024 at 12:45 pm

    Politicians from across spectrum who lost seats reflect on work they are proudest of from time in CommonsAfter last week’s general election, which returned Keir Starmer as prime minister in a Labour landslide, parliament looks like a very different place.The country returned more new MPs than existing ones on Thursday, with 335 successful candidates taking seats in the House of Commons for the first time. And some of the most familiar faces from the previous parliament lost their seats, with […]

  • ‘The classes just keep growing’: how K-pop dancing is taking off in the UK
    by Jessica Murray Midlands correspondent on 14th July 2024 at 12:40 pm

    As the music genre’s popularity rises, dance classes are springing up. The Guardian goes along to give it a tryWhen Xingxi Wang started running K-pop dance classes in Birmingham, she rented a small room in Chinatown. Within a few years, demand had grown so much that she was able to open her own studio where she now runs up to 10 classes a week.Like many K-pop fans, Wang, 25, has been teaching herself dance routines at home since she was a teenager at school. Slick, synchronised choreography […]