· SNP ‘made wrong decision’ barring MPs from standing unless they resign, says ex-leader →
Former government minister Marco Biagi has also announced he plans to seek the nomination for Edinburgh Central, a seat that he held between 2011 and 2016.
· Merritt Corrigan, a political appointee at USAID, forced out after series of anti-gay tweets →
In her latter job she often tweeted her support for Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, a right-wing politician who has been condemned for stifling civil liberties.
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· Coronavirus Briefing: What Happened Today →
Kosovo’s prime minister contracted Covid-19 and will isolate himself at home for two weeks.
· PostNL N.V. (TNTFF) CEO Herna Verhagen on Q2 2020 Results - Earnings Call Transcript →
Is there anything you can add without their and it appeals on the way in types of time skills and a bit what you hear from the government and the position of the minister and the secretary of state.
· Concerns persist over plan to reopen schools in England →
On Monday Downing Street reiterated the prime minister’s determination to reopen all schools to all pupils in all year groups in September, while acknowledging that some might not reopen straight away because of localised lockdowns.
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· Juan Carlos, Spain’s Former King, Quits Country Amid Multiple Investigations →
His departure could fuel Spain’s political and social debate over the monarchy, with Spain’s left-wing deputy prime minister, Pablo Iglesias, describing the decision of Juan Carlos to leave as a “flight abroad,” which he called “unworthy of a former head of state.”
· Dufry AG (DUFRY) CEO Julian Díaz on Q2 2020 Results - Earnings Call Transcript →
And the Minister in this thing has recognized officially, that during the pandemia time, there is no minimum guarantee and during the rest of the time, depending on the number of facilities that will adopt the rent, I don't know what to say.
· Without seasonal workers, Australia may face a hungry summer →
A group of 200 workers from Vanuatu may be about to get the green light to work in the Northern Territory, according to one minister, and there is widespread support for the idea from both Pacific region governments and workers.
· Israeli jets strike Syrian military targets after Golan Heights attack →
Addressing Likud party lawmakers, the prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, said on Monday that Israel “thwarted an attempted sabotage on the Syrian front” and would continue to “harm all those who try to harm us and all those who harm us”.
· Murad, Amal Clooney accuse leaders and UN of failing Yazidis →
“No conference of foreign ministers has been convened.