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UK coronavirus LIVE: Boris Johnson's approval ratings take nosedive as Tory minister quits over Dominic Cummings's lockdown trip
Boris Johnson's approval ratings have dropped dramatically amid his continued support for chief aide Dominic Cummings over an alleged breach of coronavirus restrictions.According to pollsters Savanta Comres' daily tracker, the Prime Minister's ratings have nosedived from 19 per cent to -1 per cent following the controversy, which saw Mr Cummings refuse to apologise over his 260-mile journey to Durham during lockdown.
Exclusive: Cathay Pacific's brand merger hits roadblock from China's aviation regulator, sources say
China's aviation regulator may make it difficult for Hong Kong's Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd <0293.HK> to merge regional arm Cathay Dragon into its main brand because of infractions during last year's pro-democracy protests, two sources said. The airline is looking to cut costs, streamline marketing and consolidate pilot contracts around Cathay Pacific and low-cost arm HK Express, the sources said on condition of anonymity. Rival Singapore Airlines Ltd <SIAL.SI> is doing the same with regional arm SilkAir and budget arm Scoot.
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England’s coronavirus death toll is nearly 10,000 higher than previously reported by the government, new figures show.
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Boris Johnson is facing a major revolt from within his own party as backbench Tory MPs line up to condemn the prime minister for failing to fire Dominic Cummings over his 260-mile journey from London to Durham.The backlash continues to rage – not only over Mr Cummings’ trip during lockdown – but over Mr Johnson’s claim his chief adviser acted “responsibly”. More than a dozen Conservative MPs have now expressed their outrage and called for the strategist to be sacked.
Video Huge Cargo Ship Loses Dozens of Containers in Rough Sea Conditions off East Coast of Australia
The APL England, a ship with the capacity to carry over 5,000 shipping containers, lost 40 containers in rough seas off the east coast of Australia on Monday, May 25, according to the Australian Maritime Safety Authority.“An additional 74 containers are damaged and collapsed on the deck of the ship, while a further six containers are reported to be protruding from starboard side and three containers from the port side of the ship,” said the authority in a Facebook post.The Singapore-flagged vessel was travelling from China and was en route to Melbourne. It returned to dock at the Port of Brisbane following the incident. Credit: Australian Maritime Safety Authority via Storyful