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The southern Ukrainian military command announced that their troops hit the Kakhovskyi bridge across the Dnipro River, creating logistic issues for Moscow in the Russian-occupied south.

Police arrested a man alleged to be the fourth member of the “Beatles” Islamic State terror cell. Aine Davis, from Hammersmith, was stopped at the airport after flying from Turkey, under the 2020 Terrorism Act.

As Truss backed down on helping households, former PM Brown called on the government to renegotiate lower energy prices and said that if energy companies are unable to offer lower bills they should be temporarily re-nationalised.

As the high temperatures left the village of Northend without water, Thames Water provided water tanks and residents were given bottled water.