Tracey Emin unveils new art exhibition after beating cancer

Tracey Emin unveils new artworks including 20ft bronze statue at her first solo exhibition in Scotland for 14 years, as award-winning artist, 58, continues to recover from battle with ‘really, really aggressive’ bladder cancer Tracey Emin, 58, has unveiled a 20ft bronze sculpture at Jupiter Artland in Scotland as part of an exhibition The exhibition, entitled ‘I Lay Here For

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Opinion: The leak is the least of the Supreme Court’s problems; the Court has violated the nation’s trust

The leak is the least of the Supreme Court’s problems Re: “Thomas says abortion leak has changed court,” May 15 news story Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas worries that the leak of fellow Justice Samuel Alito’s draft opinion overturning Roe v. Wade destroyed trust in the Court. Thomas is right to be concerned about secrets coming to light; his wife’s

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Kremlin mouthpiece turns on Putin and calls Ukraine invasion a ‘war on the West’

Cracks have begun to show among Russian State TV hosts as one Kremlin lawmaker dismissed Vladimir Putin’s “special military operation” label for the invasion of Ukraine, and warned the country’s military is not equipped for war. Since ordering his troops to invade Ukraine, the Russian President has refused to call the ongoing conflict in the neighbouring country a war, instead

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‘We are not the Liberals’ excuse’: Joyce to push for leadership at Victorian Nationals conference

Barnaby Joyce will make a pitch for his political survival when he addresses the state branch of the National Party on Friday night ahead of a looming leadership challenge. His appearance at the party’s state conference in Shepparton comes as outspoken Gippsland MP Darren Chester confirmed he would contest the leadership following the Coalition’s crushing election loss last weekend. Barnaby

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