|breach of contract||契約違反|
|breach of trust||信頼の侵害|
· More than 1 million people sign petition demanding Dominic Cummings is sacked →
More than one million people have signed a petition calling for Dominic Cummings to be sacked over allegedly breaching the lockdown rules.
· Constituents bombard MPs with 180,000 emails about Dominic Cummings →
The furore over Dominic Cummings’ breach of lockdown rules has prompted up to 180,000 people to flood their MPs’ inboxes in what some described as the biggest outpouring since Brexit, a Guardian analysis has found.
· Pilot flies private plane to Wales and lands at closed RAF base so he can ‘go to the beach’ →
“While the incident is primarily being investigated by the RAF and Civil Aviation Authority, North Wales Police are currently considering potential breaches of the Covid legislation in Wales.”
· Clarifying the case of Ramil Safarov →
On Tuesday, the court found that these actions meant Mr Safarov had in effect been granted impunity for his crimes, breaching the right to life under the European convention on human rights.
· From evasion to evisceration: how the Cummings lockdown story unfolded →
That line – later justified by an explanation that a conversation with Cummings’ father had been at his request and primarily about security matters rather than a breach of lockdown – is understood to have caused consternation at the Durham force, which found itself at the centre of a political storm, and was forced to reiterate that a conversation had indeed taken place.
· Twitter hides official White House tweet for 'glorifying violence' after sharing Trump's post →
Questions have been raised about whether the Trump administration breaches ethics rules by using a White House Twitter feed for partisan attacks; nevertheless, the president has continued to use the accounts in this way.
· Nearly 17,000 fines for alleged breaches of coronavirus lockdown rules issued in England and Wales →
Police in England and Wales have issued nearly 17,000 fines for alleged breaches of the coronavirus lockdown, data from the National Police Chiefs' Council reveals.
· Britons think UK will be more united after coronavirus recovery →
Cummings has refused to resign despite Durham police concluding his family trip to Barnard Castle, a beauty spot on the River Tees, may have been in breach of stay at home guidance to stay at home and would have led officers to tell him to turn around, had he been stopped.
· Class warfare: The fight over corporate Australia's most reviled legal tactic has begun →
Shareholder class actions, in which groups of investors in listed companies band together to sue boards for breaching disclosure obligations, started to pick up steam in the early 2000s.
· Cedar Meats dismissed reports of COVID-19 as 'rumour and innuendo' →
Cedar Meats claimed it did not know the date the worker who went home sick on April 17 was diagnosed and Labour Solutions would not discuss the specific case in order to not breach the worker's privacy.