Osaka burst into the limelight by beating Williams in the 2018 U.S. Open final -- a highly-controversial match in which Williams was given three code violations by the umpire. Fans ultimately booed as Osaka was being awarded the championship trophy. She then won the next Grand Slam, the 2019 Australian Open, although her form has dipped since and she has fallen from world number one to 10th on the WTA rankings … [Read more...] about Japan’s Naomi Osaka surpasses on-court rival Serena Williams as the highest-paid female athlete after making a 12-month record $37.4million in prize money and endorsements
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During his brief spell on the backbenches, 48-year-old Mr Eustice made clear in an article for the Guardian that he had clear ‘red lines’ for a US trade deal, criticising Woody Johnson, the US ambassador to Britain, for urging the UK to drop its opposition to American farming practices such as the use of hormones in beef and chlorine washes for chicken. … [Read more...] about 60 days to save the British family farm: Tories rebel as Trade Secretary Liz Truss ‘plots to betray UK farmers’ for Trump deal that could see stores flooded with sub-standard imports
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Britain boasts world-leading welfare standards, with detailed rules governing issues such as transport and slaughter. The UK has banned battery cages for hens since 2012 and so-called sow stalls since 1999. Since 1997, animals have been recognised under EU law as sentient beings – which means it is acknowledged they are able to feel pain and suffer. … [Read more...] about ‘I voted Tory but they’ve kicked UK farmers in the teeth’: Award-winning farmer feels betrayed after MPs failed to stop food being sold in Britain that was produced abroad using lower safety or animal welfare standards