· Bringing forward tax cuts is giving to the wealthy when we can least afford it →
And so, what is the government’s response at a time when tax revenue has utterly shrunk and debt is rising?
· So long shaving, Survivor and whirlwind romances: Melburnians on the lockdown habits they're going to ditch →
The lockdown caveman mostly elicited “hmm OKs”, with the occasional frightened response.
· From Covid-19 to climate: what's next after the global oil and gas industry crash? →
In response to questions about Shell and BP’s writedowns, the Australian Petroleum Production and Exploration Association (Appea), representing oil and gas producers, did not mention climate risk.
· 'Lacks empathy': Australian expats say government's travel cap further strains efforts to return home →
Craig and Lisa Fotheringham are also concerned about the changes, the couple angrily wrote to Berejiklian urging her not to adopt “draconian measures to counter a policy-failure in a hotel quarantine situation in Victoria” as a knee-jerk response.
· Netflix drops 'Unsolved Mysteries' evidence on Reddit to help internet sleuths solve cases →
The theory gained enough traction that it prompted a response from co-creator Terry Dunn Meurer in an Entertainment Weekly interview.
· SEC Commissioner Greg Sankey Expresses 'High to Very High' Concern Over Football Season →
Sources told Sports Illustrated's Pat Forde and Ross Dellenger that the meeting has been planned for at least two weeks and is not in response to virus-related shutdown news Thursday across college football.
· Rain Delay Theater: Summer Camp Edition →
What is problematic, however, is any response that wasn't in full support of the big news yesterday regarding Michael Kopech's decision to sit out the 2020 season.
· Revealed: 20 areas at most risk of local lockdowns →
Desperate to avoid Leicester’s fate, councils are lobbying for a “graded response”, the local public health director said, with a rolling back of some elements of lockdown, such as larger gatherings, rather than closure of whole sectors.
· Iraq’s PM takes step in battle against border corruption →
The launch of the border corruption campaign comes as Iraq’s government struggles to plug a widening budget deficit amid spiraling oil prices that has slashed expected state revenues, leaving the country with little liquidity to pay state salaries and finance a response to the coronavirus.