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· Puerto Rico questions Spain’s legacy as statues tumble in US →
“These statues represent all that history of violence, of invasion, of looting, of theft, of murder,” said an activist who goes by the name of Pluma and is a member of Puerto Rico’s Council for the Defense of Indigenous Rights.
· Iraq’s PM takes step in battle against border corruption →
Attempts at financial reform have been met with protests and rejection from parliament, which voted down proposals to cut public salaries, which represent a chunk of the government’s monthly expenditure.
· Championship: What happened on Saturday as former clubs remembered Jack Charlton →
The only club the World Cup winner represented as a player was Leeds United and, though the promotion-chasing Whites do not play until Sunday, two teams Charlton led as a manager were in action.
· Competent, likeable, decisive: Keir Starmer beating Boris Johnson on all counts →
The poll also shows Starmer is now strongly favoured by voters over Johnson when people are asked about the two leaders’ qualities – such as their competence, their ability to take decisions and get things done, and their ability to represent this country abroad.
· Liverpool agency pulls off first transfer following coronavirus crisis after Juventus switch →
But Crown Football, who also represent former Blues player Antony Evans and ex-Liverpool winger Ryan Kent, still managed to overcome the challenging marketplace to secure former Arsenal youngster Mavididi his switch.
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· Lawyers seek to halt Purdue Pharma political contributions →
The issue came up this week after it was reported that the company, which has a long history of influencing policymakers, made contributions to national associations representing state attorneys general and governors.
· Police search St. Louis mansion of couple who pointed guns at protesters: Reports →
The McCloskeys, a lawyer representing them and the St Louis Metropolitan Police Department did not respond to requests for comment.
· Singapore PM Lee returns to power with 'clear mandate'; Opposition gains →
Singh, 43, told a press conference following the results that his team would “continue to endeavor for good outcomes on the ground” and to represent voters “faithfully in Parliament.”
· Premiership in talks with players over how to avoid overplaying them when rugby returns next month →
He has represented England 49 times.