· 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
· Companies which get help to pay wages, and sack staff, will face fines after all →
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.
· Emily Maitlis ‘asked for night off’ after BBC said Dominic Cummings intro breached impartiality standards →
“He should understand that public mood now – one of fury, contempt and anguish.”
The New York Times
· Where Coronavirus Help on Facebook Is ‘Inherently Political’ →
But she saw how easy it was to fixate on the drama, on the attempts to incite fury among people desperate for work and a paycheck.
· Father's killing of 14-year-old daughter stirs outrage in Iran →
Many Iranians took to social media to express their fury at Ashrafi's murder.
· Remembering Larry Kramer, a Playwright and Activist of Righteous Fury →
A playwright, novelist, essayist, and AIDS activist, whose life and work were driven by righteous fury and a capacious heart, Kramer was impossible not to love, but he was also—his infamously blazing temper, scathing tongue, and take-no-prisoners relentlessness notwithstanding—easy to like.
The New York Times
· SpaceX, Hong Kong, Larry Kramer: Your Wednesday Evening Briefing →
But on the stage and on the page, his fury was fueled by an often-cloaked belief in the power of love, our theater critic writes.
· Larry Kramer Captured His Seemingly Hopeless Fight for HIV/AIDS Victims in 'The Normal Heart' →
As the first sign of the outbreak of the HIV/AIDS crisis in the early 1980s, Larry Kramer started ringing the alarm — loudly and with fury.