“Breach” in the news
|breach of contract|
|breach of trust|
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· Watch live: Hazelwood Power Station set to be demolished by detonation →
But a jury found Hazelwood guilty last year of 10 out of 12 occupational health and safety breaches.
· Austrian president sorry for breaching restaurant virus curfew →
The restaurant could potentially be fined for a breach of the new restrictions and Van der Bellen says he will “take responsibility” if the restaurant owner suffers any losses as result of the incident.
· Austria's president apologises for Covid-19 curfew breach – as it happened →
Neither man has displayed a scintilla of contrition for this breach of trust.
· Coronavirus live news: US bars travel from Brazil as British PM’s adviser reported to police over lockdown breach →
British PM Boris Johnson has doubled down on his defence of chief adviser, Dominic Cummings, who breached lockdown rules to drive his wife, who who was suffering coronavirus symptoms, and son 425km (264 miles) to his parents’ farm in Durham.
· 'What planet are they on?': the papers on the PM's defence of Dominic Cummings →
Almost all the front pages focus on Boris Johnson’s response to criticism of his senior aide’s lockdown breaches
· Johnson's defence of Cummings sparks anger from allies and opponents alike →
Meanwhile Cummings is facing a possible police investigation under health laws over a claim that he breached self-isolation rules by allegedly visiting Barnard Castle on 12 April.
The New York Times
· Boris Johnson Backs Top Aide Accused of Flouting Lockdown Rules →
LONDON — Prime Minister Boris Johnson, defying a storm of criticism, said on Sunday that he would not dismiss his most influential adviser, Dominic Cummings, for breaching Britain’s lockdown rules by driving across the country to visit relatives, even when he was falling ill with the coronavirus.
The New York Times
· Your Monday Briefing →
Israeli corruption trial: Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s trial on charges of bribery, breach of trust and fraud began on Sunday and is expected to last a year or more.
· Weirdly, Intu Might Be Saved By The Lockdown →
The company, which owns Manchester’s Trafford Centre and Lakeside in Essex, said it was likely to breach its debt commitments at the end of June as the stock market turmoil and downturn in the property market made it impossible to raise new funds.
· Dominic Cummings: Conservatives MPs from 'blue wall' seats tell Boris Johnson to launch inquiry →
There were more woes for the prime minister as Mr Cummings was reported to police for an alleged breach of lockdown and an ex-chief constable accused him of risking lives by “selfishly” ignoring the rules, according to The Guardian and the Daily Mirror, which broke the original story.