· Top 10 Scottish crime novels →
This novel is a prime example of her ability to see beyond the crime and go beyond the reveal.
· More than 80 per cent of parents would not have travelled for emergency childcare during lockdown, survey finds →
Mumsnet surveyed 965 of its members to uncover their views on emergency childcare in lockdown following the controversy surrounding the prime minister’s chief advisor, Dominic Cummings.
· Japan to subsidise visitors' holidays in effort to revive tourism →
The subsidies, totalling ¥1.35tn, are expected to form part of a second emergency budget the Japanese prime minister, Shinzo Abe, will unveil on Wednesday to help guide the world’s third-biggest economy through the economic crisis triggered by the coronavirus.
· An opportunity for workplace reform to boost nation →
After more than a decade of rancorous debate, Prime Minister Scott Morrison has called on employer groups and unions to come together and agree on reforms to help revive the jobs market.
The Rio Times
· Jacinda Ardern Turns New Zealand Into A New Utopia Where Everybody Wants To Live →
The Prime Minister's progressive measures rock the Internet.
· Boris Johnson to face questions at Liaison Committee: What can he expect? →
‘Super-group’ of select committee chairs will cross-examine prime minister for 90 minutes – and Dominic Cummings saga will be discussed
· Coronavirus: Clothes touched by customers may need to be ‘quarantined’ as scientists say they don’t know how long virus can survive on fabrics →
Outdoor markets and car showrooms can resume business from 1 June, the prime minister added, although the move is “contingent on progress in the fight against coronavirus”.
The China Post
· Israeli president calls Australian PM after teacher’s ruling →
JERUSALEM (AP) — Israeli President Reuven Rivlin said he spoke Wednesday with Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison, following an Israeli court ruling that a former teacher accused of sexually abusing her students in Australia was fit to stand trial and be extradited.
The Japan Times
· Masks too dangerous for children under 2 warns medical group →
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe lifted the state of emergency for Tokyo and four remaining areas on Monday after the number of infections fell across the country, but warned that it could be reimposed if the virus started spreading again.
· 'Congress-ruled states did it first': BJP's no holds barred attack after Rahul Gandhi says lockdown failed →
“And now Maharashtra and Punjab were the first ones to extend the lockdown till 31st May, even before the meeting of chief ministers with the Prime Minister,” the BJP leader said.