The famed James Bond actor, who played the titular spy for seven films, has passedaway aged 89 after a short battle with cancer, his family has announced.
In a statement released by Sir Roger Moore’s family, Sir Roger Moore has “passed away today in Switzerland after a short but brave battle with cancer. The love with which he was surrounded in his final days was so great it cannot be quantified in words alone.”
A total of 22 people have been killed, with 59 injured in a suicide bombing that took place at the end of a concert by Ariana Grande in Manchester.
A man set off a homemade bomb inside the Manchester Arena in the foyer at 22:33BST on Monday. Police have since arrested a man in Chorlton, south Manchester, who has apparent links to the attack. Islamic State have since claimed responsibility for the attack.
An emergency phone number for those missing relatives has been set up – 0800 096 0095.
Novak Djokovic has appointed Andre Agassi as his new coach after suffering a surpising defeat to Alexander Zverev, whom was playing in his first final at that level.
The world number 2 could do little to stop the march of the 20-year-old ‘NextGen’ star, as the latter claimed what seemed to be a routine victory – beating Djokovic 6-4 6-3, and not facing a break point in either set; instead breaking the Serbian once in the first set, and twice in the second set.
Afterwards, the Serbian announced his partnership with American Andre Agassi, the former world number 1 with 8 Grand Slam titles to his name. The partnership will only be short term, however, as Djokovic said:
“We don’t have any long-term commitment. It’s just us trying to get to know each other in Paris a little bit.”
The world number 2 has only won one title this season – earlier in the year at the Qatar Open, where he defeated current world number 1 Andy Murray.
The Labour Party, led by Jeremy Corbyn, has released its official manifesto; “For The Many, Not The Few.” The document underlines the pledges that will transform the nation. Corbyn spoke at the introduction, stating that “This manifesto is a draft for a better future for our country,” adding that “it’s a blueprint of what Britain can be, and a pledge for the difference Labour can and will make.”
The 18-time Grand Slam winner, who has been dominant in the first few months of the year, has decided to skip Roland Garros (the French Open), citing that he wants to keep playing “for many years to come”.
Centrist Emmanuel Macron, a political unknown 3 years ago, has – according to projected results – claimed victory of Marine Le Pen with a majority of 65.5%, to Le Pen’s 34.5%, according to Kantar Public’s One Point-TF1-RTL.. This result makes Macron France’s youngest ever president, at 39 years of age.