“Fury” in the news
Publications and example sentences
· 'Do I really care?' Woody Allen comes out fighting →
In his memoir, Allen’s recollections of the allegation and its fallout seethe with sadness and occasional fury.
· This Social-Media Mob Was Good →
There is no doubt that social-media fury can go wrong.
· NSW water officials knew decades of unmeasured floodplain harvesting by irrigators was illegal →
It has sparked fury from downstream communities, who have called for a royal commission.
· Twitter expected to do just fine in U.S. (or Germany?) →
Despite the sound and fury on both sides of the issue of a social media crackdown, analysts expect very little actual action.
· Trump to target social media with executive order →
- Fact check fury -
· British police say Johnson aide Cummings made ‘minor’ lockdown breach →
More than 30 lawmakers in Johnson’s Conservative Party have called on Cummings to resign, citing an outpouring of fury from their constituents.
· New company support package confirmed, cash also allocated to local councils →
The new measures to shore up industry against the impact of coronavirus, announced by ministers on May 20, removed the threat of a fine if companies let staff go, much to the fury of trade unions.
· U.K.'s Boris Johnson faces schools rebellion over plans to send kids back →
The revelation provoked fury in the United Kingdom, which has the second-highest death toll in the world, with at least 47,000 recorded deaths involving COVID-19.
· Trump news – live: President to sign executive order pursuing social media giants amid silence over US reaching 100,000 dead →
The president was incandescent with fury on Wednesday after Twitter moved to cast doubt on his spurious claims by directing readers to a topic page where they could “get the facts” on the issue, wildly accusing the company of “stifling FREE SPEECH” in a tweet whose very existence undermined his argument.
· Dominic Cummings was tearing this country apart. Now he has united us in anger →
Rarely have I ever seen such a unanimous outpouring of fury from people of all walks of life and all political persuasions