· Boris Johnson is standing by his man. It risks undermining his entire coronavirus strategy →
Cummings’s extraordinary press conference on Sunday only made matters worse; seven in 10 people think he broke the lockdown rules, including 63 per cent of Leave voters.
· Hong Kong: Hundreds arrested as proposed security law worsens tensions →
Wednesday's protest comes after thousands took to the streets on Sunday, with police firing tear gas and water cannons to disperse crowds protesting proposed legislation unveiled last weekthat would tackle secession, subversion and terrorist activities in Hong Kong.
· ‘No masks, no gloves’: Kenyan government under fire over quarantine centres →
On Sunday, Kenya’s Health Ministry tweeted that many people being tested were giving false contact information.
· Hundreds held as HK police use pepper pellets to disperse protest →
The proposal, unveiled in Beijing last week, triggered the first major street unrest in Hong Kong in months on Sunday, with police firing tear gas and water cannon to disperse protesters.
· My favourite game: Tom Watson tames Birkdale to win his fifth Open →
Watson shot 70 to Faldo’s 71 and made it into the lead and the last pairing for Sunday at eight under, with Stadler a shot behind.
· House of horrors: how cinema turned a safe space into a trap →
It’s a murky place to be, and it’s strange to see how contemporary Rosemary’s tarnished 60s dreams now seem, the Sunday colour supplement consumer world smeared by visions of a shadowy domesticity, an inner space from which there can seem no escape.
· Minister unable to confirm when schools will reopen until Thursday, MPs hear despite Boris Johnson some pupils would return next week →
On Sunday, Boris Johnson announced his intention to send pupils in reception, year 1 and year 6 back into the classroom from 1 June amid a swirl of negative headlines over his adviser Dominic Cummings' breach of lockdown rules.
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· The Persistence of Police Killings →
Jimmy Cobb, a jazz drummer who was part of Miles Davis’s seminal album “Kind of Blue,” died Sunday at 91.
· Ikea Germany gives up car park for 800 Muslims to perform Eid prayers safely →
The Ikea store in Wetzlar dedicated its car park on Sunday to enable around 800 Muslims from a local mosque to hold their closing prayers while safely spaced out, to avoid the spread of coronavirus.
· LTA to stage domestic tennis tournaments in July →
They will generally run from Friday to Sunday.