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PM Johnson defends Churchill, criticises 'distortion of our history' - Telegraph

Prime Minister Boris Johnson said Britain cannot "photoshop" its cultural landscape and complex history as doing so would be a distortion of its past, amid an ongoing row over the removal of statues of historical figures.

A picture and its story: Black man carries suspected far-right protester to safety

福利网站Reuters photographer Dylan Martinez heard the words ring out during chaotic scenes in London on Saturday, when mostly peaceful anti-racist demonstrations turned into violent scuffles with counter-protesters in the area.

Irish parties hope to reach coalition deal on Monday, finance minister says

福利网站Talks among Irish political parties Fianna Fail, Fine Gael and the Green Party on the formation of a new coalition government will likely conclude on Monday, Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe said.

Irish parties to sign off on coalition deal on Monday - Fianna Fail

Irish political parties Fianna Fail, Fine Gael and the Green Party will sign a deal on the formation of a new coalition government on Monday, Fianna Fail leader Micheal Martin said on Sunday.

Low expectations as Johnson joins EU leaders to break Brexit deadlock

福利网站British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will join a video-conference with EU leaders on Monday, keen to make headway in negotiations on a future EU-UK relationship, but officials in Brussels expect no breakthrough in the Brexit deadlock.

Man charged with urinating on memorial during far-right protest in London

A 28-year old man has been arrested and charged with outraging public decency for urinating on the memorial of a murdered policeman during far-right protests in central London on Saturday, the Metropolitan Police said.

Johnson to launch cross-government commission on racism

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said a cross-government commission would examine racism and the disparities experienced by minority ethnic groups in education, health and the criminal justice system following Black Lives Matter protests.

WHO's Kluge warns against further lifting of lockdown in England - Guardian

福利网站The coronavirus induced lockdown in England should not be further lifted until the government's contact-tracing system proves to be "robust and effective", the World Health Organization's regional European director Hans Kluge said.

Britain reviews distancing rule for next stage of easing lockdown

Britain is reviewing its two-metre social distancing rule ahead of the next stage of lockdown easing planned for July 4, when bars, restaurants and hairdressers could reopen in England, Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Sunday.

Johnson says two-metre social distancing rule under review for July 4

Prime Minister Boris Johnson said Britain's two-metre social distancing rule was under review ahead of a potential further easing of lockdown measures on July 4, adding his room for manoeuvre was increasing as the incidence of COVID-19 falls.

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