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News : BBC
Trump threatens to send in army to end unrest Protests and violence continue for a seventh night amid fury over a black man's killing by police.
VideoUplifting moments from peaceful protests
LiveLivePolice targeted amid anger and looting 13 minutes ago 13 minutes ago More than 7,200 arrests in 43 cities
Live Police targeted amid anger and looting 13 minutes ago
Ministers 'consider relaxing UK travel quarantine' It comes after some MPs criticised the government's plan to quarantine people coming to the UK for 14 days.
Government criticised over use of testing data The head of the UK's statistics watchdog writes to Matt Hancock, saying data is "far from complete".
LiveLiveUK MPs social distance as parliament reopens 8 minutes ago 8 minutes ago Lake District visitors pose 'significant problems'
Live UK MPs social distance as parliament reopens 8 minutes ago
TV, radio and music stars mark 'Blackout Tuesday' Broadcasters and the music industry reflect on the death of George Floyd in police custody last week.
Video 1 minute 33 seconds'This is why we are protesting' From police brutality to systemic racism, US protesters explain why they have taken to the streets.
Virus deaths 'at lowest level since March' Over 2,500 deaths linked to virus in most recent week, but overall fatalities still higher than normal.
All but one Iraq war case against UK soldiers dropped There were more than 3,000 war crimes allegations made against British troops relating to the conflict.
House prices in 'largest monthly fall for 11 years' The Nationwide says house prices fell 1.7% in May as the coronavirus crisis hit market activity.
MPs to vote on future of virtual Commons Politicians are split about how they can debate and vote in Parliament during the coronavirus pandemic.
RSC calls off all 2020 performances due to virus The theatre company makes the "difficult decision" due to continuing social distancing rules.
Trump threatens to send in army to end unrest Protests and violence continue for a seventh night amid fury over a black man's killing by police.
VideoUplifting moments from peaceful protests
Three ways black people are unfairly treated in US
LiveLivePolice targeted amid anger and looting 13 minutes ago 13 minutes ago More than 7,200 arrests in 43 cities

News : USA Today
George Floyd.6:49 PM EDT May 28, 2020
Police at center of George Floyd’s death had history of complaints6:29 PM EDT May 28, 2020
'When is the last time you saw a white person killed online?'5:37 PM EDT May 28, 2020
Trump signs executive order targeting social media giants5:55 PM EDT May 28, 2020
What we know: Protests continue after George Floyd's death; Minnesota National Guard activated7:48 PM EDT May 28, 2020
Protesters clash with police over death of George Floyd4:38 PM EDT May 28, 2020
What can a post-coronavirus world look like as America reopens?3:59 PM EDT May 28, 2020
Tim Kaine says he and wife tested positive for coronavirus antibodies2:48 PM EDT May 28, 2020
Elon Musk makes $700M+ as Tesla hits goals5:49 PM EDT May 28, 2020
George Floyd's initial police stop seen on cam7:09 PM EDT May 28, 2020
Aldi adding curbside pickup to nearly 600 stores4:57 PM EDT May 28, 2020
Soldier stopped active shooter by hitting him with car: Police8:22 AM EDT May 28, 2020
Coronavirus is changing everyday life in the US8:08 PM EDT May 27, 2020
Seniors get sweet treat delivered to their door3:04 PM EDT May 27, 2020
George Floyd remembered as 'gentle giant'7:51 PM EDT May 28, 2020
NYC to begin reopening in June; 300K teachers could lose jobs – coronavirus updates6:36 PM EDT May 28, 2020

Sport
: Telegraph

ExclusivePremier League to restart on June 17 Remaining fixtures to be completed in just six weeks, with all games shown on television
Games, games and more games – the only way out of this crisis Football is returning and it feels good, but get ready for a TV overload as clubs glimpse a path to survival
How gyms and fitness centres could reopen in July - and what the rules could be 'Showroom sites' to be trialled next month with a view to reopening formally on July 4 with strict social-distancing measures in place
British and Irish Lions 2021 squadTelegraph rugby writers pick their half backs - now choose yours
Rob Key interviewThe mini-stroke came over me like a wave - I didn't know what was going on
Plans for two months of county cricket, finishing in October
Golfers to wear microphones when European Tour resumes: 'Covid-19 allows you permission to try things'
La Liga to be broadcast for free in UK from June 8 restart
BT Sport hand lifeline to Premiership clubs by paying final round of payments in full



 

News : London Evening Standard
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Ministers accused of fuelling 'mistrust' with inadequate test figures
Protests over George Floyd's death continue to convulse the US
Music industry holds day-long 'blackout' over George Floyd's death
Quarantine-free travel 'by end of June' as death toll nears 50k-LATEST
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‘Someone delivering for me each day makes me feel less isolated’
PM facing cross-party revolt over quarantine and Commons voting rules
Lockdown sex ban is ridiculous, Tory MP Tobias Ellwood says

News : Sky

Excess deaths in England and Wales at lowest level since March
Summer holidays back on? Quarantine-free air bridges could be in place 'by end of June'
Nurseries facing struggle to survive under new COVID-19 rules
Silverstone Grands Prix dates revealed as F1 2020 race calendar unveiled
UK testing figures 'far from complete' and have 'limited value'
After The Pandemic: Britons want a different post-virus economy but will they get it?
Coronavirus: Why the 'new normal' could help us repair economic inequality
Long queues at Birmingham Ikea
Chemsex drug 'killing people'
Firefighters battle fell flames
Everything we know about the UK's 14-day travel quarantine
England's test and trace system: How will it work?
PM's brute effort to save Dominic Cummings appears to have succeeded
Sorry seemed to be the hardest word for the PM's right hand man
'Truly shocking speeds': Reckless drivers put lives at risk on lockdown's empty roads
Little Mix's Jade Thirlwall: I feared mixed-race heritage would make me less popular

News
: Telegraph

'The matter is closed'Boris Johnson draws line under Dominic Cummings row amid furore over silenced scientists The Prime Minister intervenes to prevent his scientific advisers, Professor Chris Whitty and Sir Patrick Vallance, being drawn into the row
SketchIf Boris Johnson wanted to end the Dominic Cummings row, this news conference horribly backfired
You'll meet againFamily and friends can reunite, says Prime Minister
MappedEighteen councils are yet to see Covid deaths peak - is yours on the list?
RevealedMost people infected with coronavirus never show symptoms
Test and tracePeople asked to self-isolate will not be told name of informant amid fears of reprisals
New lockdown rulesCan I now see my family and friends?
EducationSchool day could get longer to let the 'Covid generation' catch up
Furlough scheme will force employers to pay a quarter of wages from August
Nice try Ursula, but the €750bn bailout is too little, too late
Trump signs executive order seeking to strip Twitter and Facebook of 'liability shield'

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News : Huffington Post
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SIX PEOPLE CAN MEET UP OUTSIDE FROM MONDAY
What We Know About The Coronavirus Test And Trace System
Not Safe To Reopen Schools On June 1 - Scientists
PM Tries To Stop Scientists Answering Questions About Cummings
Cummings May Have Broken Lockdown Rules, Police Conclude
377 More Coronavirus Deaths Recorded Across UK In 24 Hours
Calls For BBC To Apologise To Emily Maitlis After Police Ruling On Cummings

Internet : Wired News
Artificial Intelligence
Some Nursing Homes Escaped Covid—Here's What They Did Right
Trump's Tweets Force Twitter Into a High-Wire Act
There Are Rumors Kingdom Hearts Is Getting a Disney+ Show
Everyone's Ordering Delivery, but Apps Aren't Making Money
Walmart Employees Want to Show Its Anti-Theft AI Doesn't Work
This Week’s Cartoons: May 25-29, 2020
BusinessRemote Work Has Its Perks, Until You Want a PromotionAuthor: Tom SimoniteTom Simonite
ScienceTo Beat Covid-19, You Have to Know How A Virus MovesAuthor: Adam RogersAdam Rogers
BusinessTrump’s Social Media Executive Order Is Purely for ShowAuthor: Gilad EdelmanGilad Edelman
BusinessTwitter Finally Fact-Checked Trump. It’s a Bit of a MessAuthor: Gilad EdelmanGilad Edelman
BackchannelInside the NSA’s Secret Tool for Mapping Your Social NetworkAuthor: Barton GellmanBarton Gellman
ScienceA Grad Student Solved the Epic Conway Knot Problem—in a WeekAuthor: Erica KlarreichErica Klarreich
SecurityNSA: Russia's Sandworm Hackers Have Hijacked Mail ServersAuthor: Andy GreenbergAndy Greenberg
BusinessInstagram Will (Finally) Pay InfluencersAuthor: Arielle PardesArielle Pardes
moderationTrump's Tweets Force Twitter Into a High-Wire ActAuthor: Gilad EdelmanGilad Edelman

Misc. : Vice
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Lockdown Beef Between Neighbours Is Getting Out of Hand
Vote for Your Winner of the VICE Alternative Eurovision Song ContestTake your pick of the 12 best songs in Europe right now.
This Is Paul Mescal's Summer, We're Just Watching ItOr: "Why did a photo of the 'Normal People' actor carrying cans of gin, a bottle of cider and some crisps send everyone up the wall?"
Lockdown Beef Between Neighbours Is Getting Out of Hand“She said I should be grateful she hadn't filed a noise complaint. I nearly told her to fuck off, but she's like 80.”
Watch SpaceX's Historic Launch of NASA Astronauts
Greta Thunberg Mocks Politician Who Said COVID-19 Is a 'Great Time' for Pipelines
Coronavirus Is Killing Brazil's Isolated Indigenous Peoples at a Staggering Rate
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News Mail
How many people have died of Covid-19 in YOUR area? Birmingham has had more than 1,000 coronavirus fatalities - as analysis shows 18 areas in England and Wales have yet to see a peak in deaths
  It's about to kick off! Giraffe gets leg caught rival's necK          
Police will take 'no further action' after 'coronavirus-infected' passenger spat on train ticket collector who later died of Covid-19
Britain announces 177 more Covid-19 deaths: Preliminary toll jumps past 38,000 - but separate data shows the UK's real number of fatalities is at least 10,000 higher
TalkTalk and BT go down for 90 minutes leaving thousands working from home without access to the internet 
Angler in his 60s dies 'after yobs pelted him with rocks using a CATAPULT' as he fished with his two brothers on lake in grounds of Kent's 15th century Lullingstone Castle
How many people have died of Covid-19 in YOUR area? Birmingham has had more than 1,000 coronavirus fatalities - as analysis shows 18 areas in England and Wales have yet to see a peak in deaths
Passenger who spat at train ticket inspector before she died of coronavirus will NOT face charges 'because his COVID-19 antibody test was NEGATIVE'
Britain announces 324 more Covid-19 deaths: Official number of victims surpasses 38,000 - but separate data shows the UK's real number of fatalities is at least 10,000 higher
TalkTalk and BT go down for 90 minutes leaving thousands working from home without access to the internet 
EXCLUSIVE - Pictured: Angler, 66, killed 'after yobs pelted him with rocks using a CATAPULT' as he fished with his two brothers on lake in grounds of Kent's 15th century Lullingstone Castle 

Computing : IT Week / VNU
Warning over Fullz House Magecart threat group using phishing and web skimming to compromise web payments
Google sued over alleged anti-competitive practices in online advertising
Xerox threatens (again) to take its HP Inc buyout offer direct to shareholders
HPE advises users to patch SSDs to prevent crashes after precisely 32,768 hours of operation
Google's Threat Analysis Group sent 12,000 warnings about state-backed attacks in just three months
Much of what's being sold as 'AI' today is snake oil, says Princeton professor
Organisations are struggling to make 'data-guided decisions', according to Computing Delta research
Machine learning meets diversity at Booking.com, an interview with chairwoman Gillian Tans
Google in deal to transfer full medical records from US healthcare company, claims whistleblower
How Ted Baker's digital transformation helped drive sales
Registrations are open for DevOps Live 2020


Politics
: BBC

Furlough scheme to finish at end of October Chancellor Rishi Sunak says employers must start sharing the cost of the scheme from August.
Sunak tweaks his balancing act
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Sunak tweaks his balancing act
What does furloughing mean?
Furlough scheme covers 8.4 million
Relaxing lockdown 'risky' and 'political decision' Warning from top scientist advising government says cases are still at very high levels.
Cummings 'might have broken lockdown rules' - police Boris Johnson says the matter is closed - and prevents scientific advisers from being quizzed about it.
Cummings saga leaves cracked relationship
MP 'abused' by public for taking maternity leave Siobhan Baillie gave birth last week and her office said it would report abusive persons to police.
Trial backlog 'adding to risk of mob justice' Solicitors warn of an increase in vigilantism, but ministers say they are working hard to clear cases.
The week ahead in Parliament
Relaxing lockdown 'risky' and 'political decision' Warning from top scientist advising government says cases are still at very high levels.
Cummings 'might have broken lockdown rules' - police Boris Johnson says the matter is closed - and prevents scientific advisers from being quizzed about it.
Cummings saga leaves cracked relationship
MP 'abused' by public for taking maternity leave
Trial backlog 'adding to risk of mob justice'
The week ahead in Parliament
'Path to UK citizenship' for 2.9m HK residents 3
Video 1 minute 39 secondsLockdown easing to allow groups of six to meet 1

Misc. : Verge
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The most powerful Raspberry Pi now has 8GB of RAM
Everything you need to know about Section 230
Gogoro’s Eeyo 1 is the ‘sports car’ of e-bikes
Amazon.com was briefly down for many in the US
Donald Trump’s executive order is ‘plainly illegal,’ says co-author of Section 230
Snyder Cut fans demanded AT&T’s attention, and now AT&T is demanding their cash
The Snyder Cut is a win for WarnerMedia
A sequel to the Sonic the Hedgehog movie is in development
Twitter now lets you schedule tweets from its web app
Elon Musk reaches first Tesla compensation award worth nearly $800 million
Donald Trump is starting a messy fight with the entire internet

News : Independent
Coronavirus Advice
Friends reunited: Groups of up to six allowed from Monday under next steps in easing lockdown
Johnson accused of launching broken test and trace early ‘to distract from Cummings’
Has the government weathered Cummings-gate? PR experts weigh in
Test and trace system in chaos as NHS staff unable to log in
Test and trace ‘won’t be fully operational until end of next month’
Test and trace ‘won’t be fully operational until end of next month’
PM gags medical experts to stop them discussing Cummings row
UK open to citizenship bids from Hong Kong residents amid China fears
Officers investigated as protests rage over death of man in custody
Cummings may have broken lockdown law, police conclude
Native Americans cancel Sun Dances to halt Covid-19 spread
How many coronavirus tests are being carried out across the UK?
Maya Oppenheim Coronavirus will set women’s progress back by decades Maya Oppenheim
How safe is your job from exposure to Covid-19?
How US deaths from Covid-19 compare to other great tragedies
How the Dominic Cummings scandal changed the political landscape
Why it might not matter if the government ends lockdown
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Help The Hungry sees teenage volunteers sort goods for London families
How our Help the Hungry campaign has won backing from big names
Help The Hungry sees modern slavery victims learn new cooking skills

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