In the headlines
The Wagner group has begun handing over its heavy military hardware to the Russian army following Saturday’s aborted rebellion. Russian authorities say they have closed their criminal case against the mercenaries, but in an angry five-minute speech last night, Vladimir Putin said the organisers of the march on Moscow had “betrayed the country”. A shortlisted Tory candidate for Mayor of London has been accused of groping a woman in Downing Street. Television producer Daisy Goodwin says that Daniel Korski – who strictly denies the allegation – put his hand on her breast during a meeting 10 years ago. Princess Diana’s “black sheep” jumper is to be auctioned at Sotheby’s in New York this September. The red and white jersey, which Diana first wore at a 1981 polo match her then fiancé Charles was playing in, is expected to fetch up to £70,000.