· Facebook says it wants staff to 'speak openly' as employees criticise Mark Zuckerberg's response to Trump posts →
Facebook has responded after its own employees publicly criticised its response to Donald Trump's controversial posts.
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· Stands Full of Fan-Submitted Cardboard Cutouts. What Could Go Wrong? →
Shipman and Cummings apparently weren’t controversial enough for Matty Johns, a former player who hosts a program on Fox Sports.
· Advisers urge ministers to review benefit cap in wake of coronavirus →
The government’s own expert welfare advisory group has called on ministers to review the benefit cap, amid evidence that the controversial policy has left tens of thousands of low-income claimants without vital extra financial help during the coronavirus lockdown.
· House music: classical critics’ watching and listening picks →
The current offering, available until Sunday, is Jonathan Kent’s controversial 2010 staging of Don Giovanni, conducted by Vladimir Jurowski, with Gerald Finley in the title role.
· Pageant organiser Miss Universe Malaysia condemns controversial remarks by former winner over US protests →
KUALA LUMPUR, June 1 — Miss Universe Malaysia Organisation (MUMO) has expressed shock over controversial remarks of its former title holder Samantha Katie James on the Black Lives Matter protests in the US.
· S.Africans rush to liquor stores as booze ban lifts →
South Africans still harboured mixed feelings about the controversial booze ban, which caused black market sales to flourish.
· Christo's unique legacy a cultural tipping point →
Last Year, Kaldor Public Art Projects celebrated 50 years, and another 33 projects, but none of them was ever so difficult, so groundbreaking or controversial as Wrapped Coast.
· Fight Talk: Dillian Whyte, Francis Ngannou, Tyson Fury, Anthony Joshua, Carl Froch Mike Tyson →
After Froch won the first bout in Manchester courtesy of a controversial stoppage, he clinically knocked out Groves in the rematch in front of - yep, as he keeps on reminding us - 80,000 fans.
· Piers Morgan says Dominic Cummings ‘single-handedly destroyed lockdown’ →
“He’s single-handedly destroyed the lockdown,” said the controversial broadcaster.
· China’s Clandestine Gamble in the Philippines →
But this is a controversial, if not unmentionable, connection because the Chinese government has officially rejected POGOs, while the Philippines denies that it is giving preferential treatment to Chinese citizens for such businesses.