· Brexit blow: German economist warns no deal now likely as UK's ‘appreciation for EU low' →
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· Emergency support offered as Liverpool coronavirus cases rise →
For people suffering financial hardship, Liverpool City Council urges people to contact approved agencies such as:
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· Germany plans to dim lights at night to save insects →
On Wednesday, environmentalists welcomed the draft law but urged further action from the agriculture ministry.
· Trump rejects Obama's call to boost voting, says 'success' will heal racism →
The Republican president, in an interview on Fox News, criticized President Barack Obama's speech last week, in which the Democrat urged Americans to protect democracy and outlined a list of needed reforms such as making election day a national holiday, expanding early voting and increasing polling sites.
· Trump dodges accusation that he is ‘sabotaging’ US postal service and continues partisan attacks on mail-in voting →
But in recent days urged voters in one republican state — Florida — to vote by any means.
· Police make more attempted murder arrests after shots fired during brawl →
“We have increased patrols in the area and I would urge anyone with any concerns to speak to an officer.”
· Google promotes wearing a face mask in helpful Doodle →
Though some might be resisting the urge to help others by donning one, remember wearing a mask is not about you.
· Trump and his spinners are suddenly freaking out about Florida. Here’s why. →
Lara Trump then urges Florida voters to obtain their absentee ballots.
· Twitter Hacker’s Virtual Bail Hearing Is Hacked by Porn Bombs →
Prosecutor Darrell Dirks urged the judge to keep Clark in jail, saying authorities are still investigating the extent of the hack and that the loss may be greater than $117,000.