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· Corrections and clarifications →
Church leaders criticise lack of apology from Dominic Cummings
· Banning Amy Cooper does nothing. Black folks know there's always another Amy Cooper. →
That’s why I say Amy Cooper and her apology can go directly to hell.
The New York Times
· Lockdown Taught Me to Care for My Natural Hair →
Which isn’t to say that I miss the many minutes or sometimes hours spent waiting for the hairdresser to take you, even though you arrived for your appointment early; or the punishing heat of the dryer, which makes you hot behind the ears and sweaty at the nape of your neck; or the inevitable rough tug of the hairdresser and the urgent apology — Sorry!
· The right-wing conservative snowflakes have come for Kathy Griffin — again. We deserve better than this →
Griffin initially apologised for the image, then rescinded said apology.
The New York Times
· Christian Cooper, That Central Park Incident and His Feelings About Her Fate →
She issued a public apology to Mr. Cooper, whom she had encountered in a semi-wild part of the park called The Ramble, where dogs must be leashed.
· Biden's 'gaffe machine' has black voters wary but still on board →
In most circles, it seems Biden’s apology has been accepted.
· Bank of Montreal (BMO) CEO Darryl White on Q2 2020 Results - Earnings Call Transcript →
I'm just going to have to jump in with apologies, but I think we better keep it to 1 question just because we all know we have a hard stop at 8:15.
· The 40 best song lyrics, from Kendrick Lamar to Kate Bush →
Adding poignancy is the rumour that the Roses wrote it as an apology to early fans reportedly aghast that the group had signed a big fat record deal.
· Boris Johnson should be protecting the nation. Instead he's protecting one man →
But whereas those government scientific advisers made their apologies and left, what’s been extraordinary this week is the way in which the institutions of the British state have been mobilised to defend one man.
The Japan Times
· South Korea probes ‘comfort women’ support group for fraud, local newspaper says →
In 2015, Japan and South Korea announced a “final and irreversible” agreement that came with a personal apology to the women from Prime Minister Shinzo Abe as well as about $9.3 million for a compensation fund for the women.