“Disruption” in the news
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· Kelly Loeffler chose pandering over principle, and WNBA players won’t forget →
“However, I adamantly oppose the Black Lives Matter political movement, which has advocated for the defunding of police, called for the removal of Jesus from churches and the disruption of the nuclear family structure, harbored anti-Semitic views, and promoted violence and destruction across the country.
· Shop Walmart For The Long Term, Sell Puts In The Near Term →
There might be disruptions anywhere in the chain which hamstring it.
· Biden releases new digital ads on restoring empathy →
Trump appears to be betting that angry parents will blame more cautious Democrats for any disruption while former Vice President Joe Biden and national Democrats are betting that their early push for federal aid to schools and emphasis on safety will resonate.
· Will MLB's Testing Plan Sink Its Season? →
In other words, for everything to go smoothly, MLB will need good sample collection (no more testers who fail to come to the stadium), no shipping delays (luckily, there’s not another holiday weekend until Labor Day), and minimal disruptions at the laboratory (which, again, does not traditionally do this type of testing).
· The Supreme Court just revoked Trump’s get-out-of-jail-free card →
Depending on the amount of disruption involved, along with the urgency of addressing the alleged criminal conduct, there might be good grounds for delaying the start of trial.
· Liz Truss is suddenly worried about a Brexit deal – but for the wrong reason →
She should be more worried that many of the businesses she wants to benefit from her new trade deals beyond the EU will instead be struggling to cope with the disruption they face in maintaining trade with the UK’s biggest export market.
· How to tame your eyebrows at home as the salon treatment is still not permitted →
If there’s one non-essential, first world problem that’s come out of disruption the coronavirus has caused, it’s managing our hair.
· Royal Mail fined £1.6m for late deliveries and stamp overcharging →
Royal Mail argued that its performance was hindered by roadworks carried out by Highways England but Ofcom said it still underperformed, even adjusting for the impact of disruption.
The New York Times
· Global Markets Are Mixed as Virus Cases Surge: Live Updates →
The personal computer market shook off the effects of supply chain disruption caused by the coronavirus pandemic, posting growth of 3 percent to 11 percent in the second quarter compared with the same period in 2019, the research companies Gartner and IDC said on Thursday.
· Mark Francois hits back at Michel Barnier's claim Brexit has no 'added value' →
The bloc published fresh planning preparations, warning of “inevitable disruptions” because of Mr Johnson’s refusal to sign up to EU rules and extend the transition period.