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NEWS

Burnley FC apologise after ‘White Lives Matter’ banner is flown over their Premier League match against Manchester City moments after players take the knee for BLM – Mail 

Boris Johnson drops plans to suspend Sunday trading laws after objections from own MPs and Labour – Times

Police stopped Reading terror suspect a day before attack: Khairi Saadallah was found wandering the streets by mental health team after he missed a routine check and ‘they walked him back to his flat’ hours before he ‘killed three people’’ – Mail


Britain nearly went bust in March, says Bank of England – Guardian

UK factory output plunges at fastest pace on record, says CBI – Guardian

BBC will spend £100m over three years to ensure 20% of its off-screen workforce is from minority or under-privileged groups and create ‘inclusive’ content – Mail

Four authors quit JK Rowling’s literary agency after accusing it of failing to issue statement in support of ‘transgender rights and equality’ amid ‘transphobia’ row – Mail

COMMENT

The government’s U-turn on hairdressing is costing Britain more than just bad hair – Sonia Haria, Telegraph

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