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· Dollar edges higher as Hong Kong tensions fuel safe-haven demand →
Cummings, who is the architect of the 2016 campaign to leave the EU and widely considered to be Johnson’s most influential strategist, came under pressure after reports he travelled to northern England from London during a nationwide lockdown in March when his wife was ill with Covid-19 symptoms.
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· Biden Can Beat Trump … if He Doesn’t Blow It →
In fact, his being stuck in his house and giving limited interviews from his basement may be the best thing to ever happen to his campaign.
· Former FA chief exec warns EFL clubs face virus ‘insolvency’ →
The Scottish season was cut short with Celtic declared Premiership champions and officials now hope to start a new campaign in August, subject to health guidance.
· Phantom lock picker of Paris parks becomes folk hero →
Hidalgo, who is fighting a re-election campaign, asked the government to treat parks like the city’s streets and allow people to “stroll through them if they were wearing a mask, which should be obligatory”.
· UK reviews Huawei decision in the wake of coronavirus pandemic →
MPs campaigning against Chinese involvement welcomed the review.
· Top headlines in major S. Korean newspapers →
Korean-language dailies-- Allegations over justice council must be solved, movement for comfort women should be continued (Kyunghyang Shinmun)-- Fraudulent regulatory filing becomes chronic disease for nonprofit organizations (Kookmin Daily)-- Kim Jong-un hints at nuclear provocation to Trump (Donga llbo) -- Mayors fail to carry out campaign pledges (Seoul Shinmun)-- Modern people burden themselves with 'I can do it' spirit (Segye Times)-- Thousands of Hong Kongers take to streets, claim 'Chinese Communists Party should end' (Chosun Ilbo)-- Hong Kong becomes 'detonator' amid U.S.-China Cold War (JoongAng Ilbo)-- 21st National Assembly shall answer to protesters' call for gender equality (Hankyoreh)-- With only 275 doctors available for infectious diseases, things get tough for COVID-19 troops (Hankook Ilbo)-- Real-name financial system to hinder development of facial recognition, blockchain technologies (Maeil Business Newspaper) -- Huawei gets desperate, calls for help from Samsung, SK hynix (Korea Economic Daily)
· Roosters co-captain Friend wants to continue into 2021 →
The 30-year-old hooker, who has racked up 246 appearances for the club, wants to extend his senior career into a 14th season after his contract expires at the end of the 2020 campaign.
· Morning mail: Nobel laureate's climate plea, Covidsafe fails, universities in dire straits →
The Liberals’ byelection campaign in the electorate kicked off on Sunday as their newly preselected candidate, Dr Fiona Kotvojs, emphasised her green credentials by saying she had solar panels on her house and believed “that humans contribute to that changing climate”.
· Australia coronavirus live: students return to school full time in many states as $50m NSW arts package announced – latest updates →
Oh, and there will be no “wholesales changes” to the jobkeeper program, even though the “line” the government drew, was under a different forecast model, which, thanks to the successful health campaign, has not proved reality.
· Inside the secret talks to overhaul the Republican Party platform →
For the past six months, top Trump campaign officials, reporting to Jared Kushner, have been working on a radical overhaul of the Republican Party platform.