Sky News Breakfast: 'A concern for all women' as the US reflects on abortion rights.

On Sky News Breakfast with Kay Burley on Tuesday May 3:

- the US Supreme Court could be set to overturn abortion rights;
- leaked documents suggest a majority of the court's justices back the plan - something described as "an utter disgrace" by Hillary Clinton;
- and Boris Johnson will address the Ukrainian parliament, the first world leader to do so since the outbreak of war in February.

Plus all the day's breaking news and top stories.

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The Daily Climate Show, with Tom Heap

The Daily Climate Show, with Tom Heap

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Press Preview: A look at the headlines making Saturday's papers.

Press Preview: A look at the headlines making Saturday's papers.

A look at the headlines making Saturday's papers with the broadcaster and former government minister Anna Soubry, and the PR consultant Alex Deane. For the latest developments: #presspreview #Headlines #FrontPages SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube channel ...

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China 'catastrophically broke its word' about Hong Kong, says Lord Patten.

China 'catastrophically broke its word' about Hong Kong, says Lord Patten.

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Ukraine War: At least 21 people killed near Odesa

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Authorities in the Ukrainian port city of Odesa say Russian missile attacks on a residential building have killed at least 21 people, including two children. It comes after Russia withdrew from Snake Island, made famous by a defiant Ukrainian stan...

Family pays tribute to murdered Zara Aleena

Family pays tribute to murdered Zara Aleena

Zara Aleena was an 'incredibly giving and fearlessly independent woman', who had her life snatched away. Her aunt Farah Naz paid tribute to her niece who was attacked as she walked home in Ilford in East London in the early hours of Sunday. She to...

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