In the headlines
Boris Johnson is urging world leaders at the G7 summit in Germany to “hold firm” in support of Ukraine, says The Guardian. In a string of bilateral meetings, the PM stood as a “bulwark” against potential backsliding by the US and other top nations. Johnson’s rapprochement with Emmanuel Macron went so well, says Politico, the PM came out joking about “le bromance”. Unorthodox donations to Prince Charles’s charitable fund are to be investigated by the charity watchdog, says The Sun. The heir to the throne reportedly accepted €3m in cash from a Qatari sheikh, stuffed into a “holdall, a suitcase, and Fortnum & Mason carrier bags”. The real hero of Glastonbury wasn’t 80-year-old Paul McCartney knocking out bangers for three hours straight, says the BBC – it was whoever brought the flag with the slogan “this is a work event”.