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· Debates rage in Britain as some children go back to school →
A poll by the Early Years Alliance education charity found that only 45 percent of the parents whose schools are opening are ready to send their children to class.
The New York Times
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But Taylor’s consigliere, Lauren (Jade Eshete), winds up more wary of the alliance than even the traders whose jobs are directly threatened.
The New York Times
· Police Cars Rammed Protesters. What de Blasio’s Response Tells Us. →
Mr. Bratton also said it is “extraordinarily difficult” to campaign as a police reformer and then have to maintain alliances with reform advocates after taking office.
· Early years and childcare sector at risk of collapse in England →
The future of the early years and childcare sector is at risk in England, the Early Years Alliance (EYA) has said, as fewer than half of parents with young children plan to take up their childcare places on 1 June.
· (EDITORIAL from Korea JoongAng Daily on June 1) →
The Moon administration must build trust with China without hurting the decades-old alliance with Uncle Sam.
· Questions remain over whether Huawei should help to build UK’s 5G network, says Lisa Nandy →
In an interview with The Independent, the shadow foreign secretary also warned global alliances could “break apart” in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, with countries such as the US accelerating protectionist policies, populist rhetoric and increasingly scapegoating migrants.
The China Post
· Suriname opposition parties near power following election →
PARAMARIBO, Suriname (AP) — Four Surinamese parties have formed an alliance that would put them close to being able to choose the country’s next president following elections that may have ended the rule of President Desi Bouterse.
· Will local, family restaurants be the surprise survivors of this crisis? →
If there was ever an upside to the lockdown then it will be the alliances and friendships founded over these past few weeks.
· Trump cancels summit but says he will invite Putin to later G7 event →
Trump’s new plan, outlined to reporters on Saturday, is to host an expanded G7 meeting including Russia, Australia, South Korea and India, dedicated to building an alliance against China.
The Japan Times
· Coronavirus hasn’t killed the global balance of power →
In 1945, U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt (somewhat disingenuously) hailed the advent of the United Nations as “the end of the system of unilateral action, the exclusive alliances, the spheres of influence, the balances of power, and all the other expedients that have been tried for centuries.”