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Snapchat will no longer promote Trump after comments that incited ‘racial violence and injustice’

Snapchat will no longer promote Trump after comments that incited ‘racial violence and injustice’

Snap said it would no longer promote Donald Trump’s account in Snapchat, saying his comments last week made the account ineligible for the curated section.
New Brand To Know: All The Must

New Brand To Know: All The Must

Alexandra Ben Tolila's fond childhood memories of the sun and the beach inspired the inception of her jewelry range All The Must.
Signal Confirms Powerful New Feature To Hide Protesters’ Faces

Signal Confirms Powerful New Feature To Hide Protesters’ Faces

Secure messaging app Signal has just launched a very important feature to help protect the identities of those protesting the death of George Floyd.
Car dealer Lookers cuts 1,500 jobs and closes 12 showrooms

Car dealer Lookers cuts 1,500 jobs and closes 12 showrooms

UK firm to axe almost one-in-five jobs to help save £50m as car sales slump during Covid-19 crisisCar dealership Lookers plans to cut 1,500 jobs and close 12 dealerships as it returns to selling and
Car dealer Lookers cuts 1,500 jobs and closes 12 showrooms

Car dealer Lookers cuts 1,500 jobs and closes 12 showrooms

UK firm to axe almost one-in-five jobs to help save £50m as car sales slump during Covid-19 crisisCar dealership Lookers plans to cut 1,500 jobs and close 12 dealerships as it returns to selling and
Children Cannot Continue To Be Victims Of Wars Waged By Previous Generation

Children Cannot Continue To Be Victims Of Wars Waged By Previous Generation

June 4 is the International Day of Innocent Children Victims of Aggression, established by UN General Assembly resolution on August 19, 1982.

Does the coronavirus crisis make a no-deal Brexit more likely?

June is a critical month for EU-UK talks on a trade deal. If no progress is made this month, a no-deal Brexit looks inevitable. Is it possible that’s because of, rather than in spite of, the
UK car sales slump as 2,000 workers lose their jobs in Covid-19 crisis – business live

UK car sales slump as 2,000 workers lose their jobs in Covid-19 crisis – business live

Live coverage as Aston Martin and car dealer Lookers announce costs savings plansCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverage 9.35am BST Another interesting detail from the SMMT data:
UK car sales slump as 2,000 workers lose their jobs in Covid-19 crisis – business live

UK car sales slump as 2,000 workers lose their jobs in Covid-19 crisis – business live

Live coverage as Aston Martin and car dealer Lookers announce costs savings plansCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverage 9.17am BST The UK car market has halved compared to last
Airlines Will Be Punished If Passengers Have COVID-19 Under China’s New System For Flight And Travel Restrictions

Airlines Will Be Punished If Passengers Have COVID-19 Under China’s New System For Flight And Travel Restrictions

If five passengers test positive for COVID-19, the airline will have to suspend the flight for a week.
Asian markets higher after Wall St rises on better US data

Asian markets higher after Wall St rises on better US data

Asian stock markets are mostly higher after Wall Street rose on better U.S. jobs and manufacturing data than expected
Defrauded of £800,000 but we're caught between the bank and the ombudsman

Defrauded of £800,000 but we're caught between the bank and the ombudsman

The bank will only pay half and the ombudsman has £150,000 limitAn elderly relative was defrauded of their life savings – over £800,000. After exhausting the complaints process with the bank, which
Deglobalisation will hurt growth everywhere | Kenneth Rogoff

Deglobalisation will hurt growth everywhere | Kenneth Rogoff

The US has more to lose from rising economic nationalism than some of its politicians realiseThe post-pandemic world economy seems likely to be a far less globalised economy, with political leaders
Epidemic of wipes and masks plague sewers, storm drains

Epidemic of wipes and masks plague sewers, storm drains

Clogs in sewers and storm water drains are increasing during the pandemic as home-bound Americans are seeking alternatives to bathroom tissue because of occasional shortages, while stepping up efforts
Las Vegas reopening from coronavirus casino closure

Las Vegas reopening from coronavirus casino closure

The coronavirus casino closure is ending, with cards to be dealt, dice to roll and slot jackpots to win starting Thursday in Las Vegas and throughout Nevada
UFC 250 Video: Watch Raphael Assuncao Vs. Cody Garbrandt Countdown

UFC 250 Video: Watch Raphael Assuncao Vs. Cody Garbrandt Countdown

The co-main event of UFC 250 sees ex-bantamweight champion Cody Garbrandt face off against Raphael Assuncao.
Coronavirus strands merchant ship crews at sea for months

Coronavirus strands merchant ship crews at sea for months

Countries across the world have imposed lockdowns, shut borders and suspended international flights to curb the spread of the new coronavirus
Australian distillers who made sanitiser left with unsold product as cheap imports flood market

Australian distillers who made sanitiser left with unsold product as cheap imports flood market

Businesses stepped up at height of coronavirus crisis – but have taken a financial hitAustralian distillers that made a rapid pivot into hand sanitiser manufacturing at the height of the Covid-19
Trans-Tasman travel bubble: Canberra airport asks people to register interest for New Zealand flights

Trans-Tasman travel bubble: Canberra airport asks people to register interest for New Zealand flights

Australian Chamber of Commerce proposes Canberra to Wellington flights as early as 1 July, but minister says it’s too soon to set a dateSign up for Guardian Australia’s daily coronavirus emailDownload
China Loosens Flight Restrictions, But U.S. Airline Ban Could Still Proceed During Coronavirus

China Loosens Flight Restrictions, But U.S. Airline Ban Could Still Proceed During Coronavirus

China will allow more international passenger flights but the slight policy loosening provides far less access than what U.S. airlines want.