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· 'White Coats for Black Lives': Medical workers on virus frontlines join protesters →
In a gray and rainy central London, thousands defied a plea from Britain's Home Secretary Priti Patel to stay at home and gathered in Parliament Square, a traditional venue for protests outside the country's legislature.
· Cabinet unrest over U-turn on animal welfare in US trade talks →
Issues were raised by 11 cabinet ministers, including health secretary Matt Hancock, environment secretary George Eustice and Mark Spencer, the chief whip.
· Prime minister told to dump rhetoric and plan for new Covid wave →
Matt Hancock, the health secretary, and Priti Patel, the home secretary, had urged people to avoid mass gatherings.
· Coronavirus: Why was there no daily briefing today? →
Following his discharge he spent several weeks recuperating at Chequers while a succession of ministers including health secretary Matt Hancock took questions from the media and members of the public.
· NHS on life support: Up to one in six will be on waiting lists by autumn as Covid-19 delays treatment →
Health secretary Matt Hancock has made clear he expects private hospitals will have a “critical role”.
· ‘No justice, no peace’: Thousands protest against racism across UK despite coronavirus warnings →
Despite a plea from the Home Secretary to stay indoors for fear of spreading coronavirus, thousands joined protests in London, and although many wore masks, there was little social distancing.