· Government could refund people fined for doing what Dominic Cummings did →
The government took its campaign to exonerate Dominic Cummings to another level on Tuesday, after Matt Hancock suggested people fined for making similar journeys had been charged in error and could get a refund.
· Taiwan targets truth not justice as it investigates darker times →
So far, about 6,000 victims have been exonerated - but in name only.
· 'Cummings is the real boss': world's press pours scorn on Boris Johnson →
The Irish Times noted that Johnson “not only exonerated Cummings, but praised him … In its shamelessness, it was a return to the playbook of his early months in office, when he gloried in the disapproval of his political enemies over his prorogation of parliament and (false) claim he would not fulfil his legal obligation to seek a delay to Brexit.”
Hong Kong Free Press
· The dizzying double standards of the report on Hong Kong police behaviour →
The Widgery Report blamed “those who organised the illegal march” for “creating a highly dangerous situation,” and exonerated the killers.