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Malay Mail
· British Airways boss says burning through cash, urges unions to engage  
British Airways came under heavy attack from lawmakers in parliament yesterday, who accused it of taking advantage of a government scheme to protect jobs while at the same time announcing plans to cut its workforce by 28 per cent.
CNA
· Expanded programme to place and train 3,000 Singaporeans in tech jobs over next two to three years  
The plan is to place and train more Singaporeans in “good tech jobs” that fulfil functions such as digital marketing, software engineering, cybersecurity and data analytics, the minister said in a speech delivered during the debate on the Fortitude Budget in Parliament.
The Guardian
· Israeli settlers speak out against US-backed annexation plan  
The speaker of Israel’s parliament, Yariv Levin, a Netanyahu ally, said Elhayani’s remarks were “rude and irresponsible”.
NBCNews.com
· U.K.'s Prince Charles warns of link between biodiversity loss and pandemics  
Israel's Parliament, the Knesset, was suspended Thursday after a lawmaker confirmed he had tested positive for Coronavirus.
CNA
· Support schemes in 4 Budgets have saved jobs, but job seekers should ‘keep an open mind’: Josephine Teo  
SINGAPORE: If Singapore did not have the support programmes introduced in the four Budgets this year, the country would be “drenched in soaring unemployment”, said Manpower Minister Josephine Teo in Parliament on Thursday (Jun 4).
NBCNews.com
· Spain to open land borders with France and Portugal on June 22  
A U.K. government minister has been tested for coronavirus after appearing unwell during a speech in Parliament Wednesday.
CNA
· British Airways boss says burning through cash, urges unions to engage  
British Airways came under heavy attack from lawmakers in parliament on Wednesday, who accused it of taking advantage of a government scheme to protect jobs while at the same time announcing plans to cut its workforce by 28 per cent.