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Sunak to announce new job protection plans
The chancellor will give an update on Thursday about "protecting jobs" as the furlough scheme winds down.
Covid-19: Daily reported UK cases rise by a quarter
There have been 6,178 cases in the UK in the last 24 hours, up 1,252 cases since Tuesday.
Breonna Taylor: Police officer charged but not over death
Brett Hankison fired 10 rounds into her apartment and is accused of endangering her neighbours.
Covid in Scotland: 124 test positive in Glasgow University outbreak
More than 600 students are told to stay in their rooms after outbreaks at two Glasgow University halls of residence.
Brexit: Lorry drivers will need a permit to enter Kent after transition period
The government plans to create an internal border to prevent gridlock on the county's motorways.
Ryan Reynolds: Hollywood star in Wrexham takeover bid
Hollywood star Ryan Reynolds believed to be involved in a takeover bid of National League side, the club says.
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Public not to blame for second wave of Covid-19, says Keir Starmer
Labour leader points to government mismanagement of virus in televised address The public are not to blame for a resurgence of coronavirus and have been let down by the government, Keir Starmer has said in a televised address following the prime minister's broadcast on Tuesday night.The Labour leader's remarks pointing the finger at government incompetence come in stark contrast to Boris Johnson's address, where he appeared to suggest that "freedom-loving" Britons would be to blame if more draconian restrictions were applied. Continue reading...
Germany's furlough scheme saves firms from freefall
Story of one Berlin travel agent illustrates how the Kurzarbeit scheme has kept businesses afloatWithout Germany's furlough scheme, called Kurzarbeit ("short work"), Wulf Scheunert's travel agency BITS would by now be "in freefall", as he puts it. Related: Rishi Sunak could do worse than copy Germany Continue reading...
Breonna Taylor: crowds march after grand jury refuses to charge officers in killing
  • Brett Hankison indicted on charges of wanton endangerment
  • No officers directly charged in Taylor's death
Anger erupted on Wednesday when a grand jury brought no charges against Louisville police for the killing of Breonna Taylor during a drug raid gone wrong.Prosecutors in Kentucky said that two officers who fired their weapons at Taylor were justified in using force to protect themselves. Continue reading...
Lorry drivers will face de facto Brexit border in Kent, Gove confirms
International hauliers will need 'Kent access permit' to get into county from 1 JanuaryA de facto Brexit border is to be introduced for lorry drivers entering Kent to travel on to the EU, Michael Gove has confirmed.The minister for the Cabinet Office and chancellor of the duchy of Lancaster told the Commons that lorry drivers would need a "Kent access permit" to get into the county from 1 January with "police and ANPR cameras [automatic number plate recognition]" enforcing the system. Continue reading...
Coronavirus live news: Indonesia sees record case rise; India deaths pass 90,000
Israel announces plans for stricter lockdown; Paris to unveil tighter restrictions; Follow the latest updates

Justin Trudeau's government has announced ambitious plans to spend billions on childcare, housing and healthcare - partly financed by taxing "extreme wealth inequality" - as Canada braces for an economically devastating second wave of coronavirus.But opposition parties quickly dismissed the minority government's proposals, prompting speculation that Canada will soon head into another general election. Related: Trudeau pledges tax on 'extreme wealth inequality' to fund Covid spending plan

Hello and welcome to today's live coverage of the coronavirus pandemic with me, Helen Sullivan. I'll be bringing you the latest pandemic news from around the world for the next few hours. If I've missed major updates or interesting news from your country, let me know on Twitter @helenrsulllivan or vial email: Continue reading...

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Republicans can't be stopped from confirming Trump's Supreme Court nominee, Senate Democrat says
Republicans can't be stopped from confirming Trump's Supreme Court nominee, Senate Democrat saysSenator Sheldon Whitehouse tells "Skullduggery" Democrats do not have the votes to stop the Republicans from confirming Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's replacement. It could happen before the election.
'Violence Is Inevitable': Protests Erupt in Louisville After Cops Dodge Charges in Killing of Breonna Taylor
'Violence Is Inevitable': Protests Erupt in Louisville After Cops Dodge Charges in Killing of Breonna TaylorLOUISVILLE-Just hours after three Louisville Metro Police officers dodged charges for the fatal shooting of 26-year-old Breonna Taylor in March, protesters took to the streets across the country in outrage.In a stunning decision, a grand jury on Wednesday indicted one of the officers, former detective Brett Hankison, with several counts of wanton endangerment. But the charges stemmed from the shots Hankison fired-during a "no-knock" warrant served at Taylor's apartment-that hit or endangered people in other units.In other words, the actual shots that killed the emergency medical technician, an icon of Black Lives Matter protests in recent months, were not deemed criminal. The two other officers, Jonathan Mattingly and Myles Cosgrove-the cop who fired the shot that killed Taylor-were not charged at all in an action that Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron said "was justified to protect themselves."Hankison was booked at about 4:30 p.m. at the Shelby County Detention Center after turning himself in, a spokesperson for the jail told The Daily Beast. He was released about 30 minutes later after posting a bond for $15,000. By then, the city was already consumed with grief and anger.Beginning in Jefferson Square Park, which has served as the home base for Louisville Black Lives Matter protests over the last 118 days, at least 100 protesters started to march after Cameron's Frankfort press conference. They called for justice for Taylor, chanting "No Justice, No Peace" and "Keep going." Police cars took to trailing the activists, and in The Highlands, a gentrified, residential neighborhood of Louisville, hundreds of protesters, some throwing bottles, faced off with police before 4 p.m.Police fired a volley of pepper balls, while a man used a wooden bat to try to break a UPS storefront. Protesters took to sitting in a side parking lot with injuries they said stemmed from the law-enforcement onslaught. Some were taken into police custody.Protesters were effectively boxed in by an aggressive early police presence, before venturing deeper into a residential neighborhood, chants of "Say Her Name" emanating in call and response.Around 4:30 p.m., officers in tactical gear told protesters they were engaging in unlawful assembly before curfew, demanding they immediately disperse. "If you do not do so we may dispense chemical agents & you will be arrested," officers told residents via loud speaker. During one announcement, a protester responded: "We're peaceful right now!"Solidarity protests across the country started to ramp up Wednesday evening. Dozens of residents on the South Side of Chicago took to the streets after Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker placed the National Guard in a state of "readiness."In New York, protesters met in Union Square Wednesday to begin a borough demonstration against police brutality and racial injustice. The group planned to travel to Brooklyn's Barclays Center and was expected to bring out hundreds of residents.> Midland and Bardstown, police have fired pepper balls. Protesters throwing bottles of water. Louisville> > - Hayes Gardner (@HayesGardner) September 23, 2020Meanwhile, several National Guard humvees were seen driving into downtown Louisville, which had been largely closed down ahead of the grand-jury announcement. In the same area, a militia group in tactical gear was spotted walking around-several of the members armed.A LMPD spokesperson confirmed to The Daily Beast "multiple people were arrested" in connection with the protests on Wednesday, but did not provide any additional details. By 6:30 p.m., less than three hours before a curfew was set to go into effect in Louisville, upwards of 75 state police in riot gear were lined up at the Republic Plaza parking lot-along with several military vehicles. Multiple helicopters were also seen flying overhead while local police blocked Market Street for several blocks in an attempt to curtail protesters. The city's mayor and the interim police chief had already issued "state of emergency" declarations in anticipation of the grand jury's decision this week. Streets and downtown parking garages were closed, some local businesses boarded up their storefronts, and the federal courthouse was shuttered for the week. Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear activated the National Guard on Wednesday to quell any fallout, and the mayor implemented the curfew for at least three days."This is not the system people deserve," said Dezirae Edwards, 21, a bank teller and Louisville native. "I feel like violence is inevitable."Read more at The Daily Beast.Got a tip? Send it to The Daily Beast hereGet our top stories in your inbox every day. Sign up now!Daily Beast Membership: Beast Inside goes deeper on the stories that matter to you. Learn more.
Stranger tries to snatch child from moving SUV outside Costco, California cops say
Stranger tries to snatch child from moving SUV outside Costco, California cops say"I'd do anything I could to stop him because that's the worst nightmare."
Air Force Two, carrying Vice President Mike Pence, returns to airport after hitting bird on takeoff
Air Force Two, carrying Vice President Mike Pence, returns to airport after hitting bird on takeoffThe bird hit one of the engines of the aircraft, which was carrying the vice president. It then returned safely to Manchester Airport.
I Was Just Denied Clemency in the State of Florida. I'm One of Many People With Past Convictions Living Without My Full Civil Rights
I Was Just Denied Clemency in the State of Florida. I'm One of Many People With Past Convictions Living Without My Full Civil RightsDesmond Meade, president of the Florida Rights Restoration Coalition, holds a news conference in front of the Orange County Supervisor of Elections, on Jan. 7, 2019, in Orlando. In a cruel twist, they can't even inform people of the amounts they owe since there is no comprehensive database of fines and fees.
China 'coercing' thousands of Tibetans into mass labour camps - report
China 'coercing' thousands of Tibetans into mass labour camps - reportResearchers warn the "militarised vocational training" can lead to a loss of cultural heritage.
Demonstrators take to the streets after no officers charged directly with Breonna Taylor's death
Live updates | Protest in photos | A timeline for Breonna Taylor's case
What the wanton endangerment charge means
A grand jury indicted former Louisville police officer Brett Hankison on three counts of wanton endangerment in the first degree in connection with the fatal shooting of Breonna Taylor in March.
Kentucky AG explains why two officers weren't charged
Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron speaks to the press after the grand jury in the Breonna Taylor case announced that one of the three officers involved, Brett Hankison, has been indicted on three counts of wanton endangerment in the first degree.
These are the people at the center of the Breonna Taylor case
Crowds of protesters are chanting her name. Numerous billboards showing her face are calling for action. The outcry over Breonna Taylor's death keeps on growing.
The University of Louisville's law school is offering a class on systematic racism titled 'Breonna Taylor's Louisville'
For months, the city of Louisville in Kentucky has been at the center of nationwide protests demanding justice for the police killing of Breonna Taylor.
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