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Time to catch up on news around the world, today we will jump in with Mark Field.
MP, Mark Field has been accused of assaulting Greenpeace activist, after he pushed a female activist out of a black-tie event. Mark Field claimed he reacted instinctively; the MP has referred himself to the Cabinet Office for an investigation. He apologised to the woman for “grabbing her”, but he also spoke in his defence, saying he was worried that she might have been armed.
Mark Field, the Tory MP has been widely criticised, but they are those who are defending his actions. The Thursday night’s incident, which was all captured on film by TV news cameras, occurred when climate change protesters disrupted the beginning of Chancellor Philip Hammond’s annual House speech, about the state of UK economy.
Dozens of activists dressed in suits, red dresses and sashes, gate-crashed the dinner, refusing to leave.
Now onto everyone’s favourite tennis player, Roger Federer.
Roger Federer says he was lucky after surviving a scare against Jo Wilfred Tsonga, to reach the Halle Open quarter finals. The Swiss ace and eight-time Wimbledon champion are bidding for a tenth Halle title.
Roger Federer will play Roberto Bautista Agut, the Spaniard, in the next round at the grass Court tournament. The world number three was a set and a break up again Wilfried Tsonga, 34, before the French man came back to take the match to a third set.
Roger Feder had this to say about his match with Wilfried Tsonga” I knew when I gave away the lead, it would be tight. Then it was about holding my nerve.
The third set was more of a battle. I tried to stay calm. It had a bit of everything: happiness, sadness, frustration. It was a bit emotional at the end, which was nice ”
On other news, on Tory leadership, Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt are the final two. Jeremy has promised Boris Johnson the fight of his life, this comes as the two are in a race to the next Conservative leader and Prime minister.
Jeremy Hunt however got seventy-seven votes more than the next candidate Michael Gove. Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt now face a vote involving up to 160,000 Tory members, the result for that is due by late July.
Jeremy Hunt in the meantime acknowledged Boris Johnson as the front runner to become party leader and prime minister in a tweet, he referred to himself as the underdog but also pointed out” in politics, surprises happen”.
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