Black Lives Matter: Education minister says he would take the knee, after Dominic Raab ruled it out
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Thousands march in peaceful Black Lives Matter rallies in Sydney, NewcastleSunday saw the latest round of Black Lives Matter protests in Australia take place.
Fourth of July celebrations draw protests around USDemonstrators peacefully protested on July 4 to express frustrations and rally for the Black Lives Matter movement.
Black Lives Matter protesters in Australia call for anti-racism education, action on deaths in custodyProtesters say they will continue holding demonstrations "until there is justice".
'We're sick of being swept under the rug': One young woman’s fight to see justice for her uncleIt's been almost 40 years since her uncle's death, but Kyah Patten hopes the Black Lives Matter movement will help to bring about real change in seeking justice.
Church pastor suspended after calling Black Lives Matter organizers 'maggots'The diocese in Lafayette, Indiana, has suspended a priest from public ministry after calling Black Lives Matter organizers "maggots and parasites"
Nick Gibb: ‘We want schools to return to normal’
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Gibb: 'We don't want any child to miss out on education'
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UK extends immigration rights for 3M eligible Hong KongersLONDON (AP) — Britain announced Wednesday that it was extending residency rights to up to 3 million Hong Kongers eligible for the British National Overseas..
Hong Kong: Johnson and Raab promise 'new route' to UK citizenship for British nationals
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Raab: Chinese security law violates Hong Kong autonomy
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Coronavirus: Majority of Tory voters want government to consider four-day working weekExclusive: Poll shows nearly two-thirds of public want government to explore radical concept to help economy recover from Covid-19
Tories are all talk on revamping Britain's infrastructure, Keir Starmer claims as Johnson to announce school planBoris Johnson announces £1bn investment in schools ahead of major speech on Tuesday
Labour call for sleaze watchdog investigation into Robert Jenrick over £1bn planning row involving billionaire Tory donorStandards commissioner asked to probe if housing secretary breached MPs' code of conduct in dealings with Richard Desmond
Call for Jenrick to quit in controversy over planning approval for Tory donor
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