- NewsEvening Standard
A Melbourne woman allegedly "smashed" a police officer's head into the concrete pavement after the constable asked her to wear a face mask.During a press conference on Tuesday, Victoria Police Chief Commissioner Shane Patton said the 38-year-old woman had been charged with nine offences after she allegedly attacked the 26-year-old constable in Frankston near the Bayside Shopping Centre.
- SportEvening Standard
Fulham rival Southampton for Kyle Walker-Peters as Tottenham weigh up Ryan Sessegnon and Jack Clarke interest
Fulham are poised to rival Southampton for the signature of Tottenham's Kyle Walker-Peters after sealing an immediate return to the Premier League on Tuesday.Saints and Spurs are close to agreeing a £12million fee for the defender , with Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg set to move the other way in a separate deal worth around £15m.
- SportYahoo Sport UK
Ronnie O’Sullivan believes only one other player can stake a claim for seizing his mantle as the greatest snooker player of all-time, writes Will Jennings.
- CelebrityIn The Know
An expectant father angered social media after storming out of the unborn baby’s reveal party upon learning the child’s gender. “She’s been grouchy her whole pregnancy so her sister offered to plan her a gender reveal party,” the man began, more or less already on the wrong foot. “The plan was that all the food and decorations would be blue or pink and in the end we’d get one of those special sparklers that would light up in either blue or pink to reveal the gender,” he continued.
- PoliticsThe Independent
Trump news - live: President likely to accept Republican nomination at White House as he slams CNN report he ‘still doesn’t get’ seriousness of pandemic
Donald Trump will 'probably' accept the Republican nomination for its presidential candidate at the White House instead of in North Carolina. This solution was pitched even though federal and government employees can not participate in events relating to a political campaign, which could cause ethical problems within the White House.This comes as the president attacked CNN for a report indicating he still "doesn't get" the severity of the coronavirus pandemic. This report came after Mr Trump met with members of the White House's coronavirus task force, and a source told the news organisation that Mr Trump would change the subject when people expressed dire problems relating to the virus.
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Ministers faced growing warnings today that they may have to reverse some lockdown easing to allow all schools to fully re-open in September without sparking a “sharp” rise in Covid-19 cases.Professor Neil Ferguson, who drew up a key report for the initial lockdown in March, stressed that the Government needed to “plan for all contingencies” with the looming return of all pupils to the classroom.