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The Londoner: ‘Zoos should be allowed to open if gardens can’
11. november 2020 (10:40)
In today’s Diary: London Zoo says it’s unfairly suffering / Margaret Atwood’s migraine cure / Anna Wintour for American Ambassador? / Ashcroft reveals Rishi Sunak’s ballroom skills (London News)
Rugby School headteacher defends sale of Shakespeare and Dickens books set to fetch thousands at auction
11. november 2020 (10:26)
William Shakespeare's Fourth Folio, from 1685, is one of about 300 books found in Rugby School that will be sold at auction on November 18. (London News)
K-pop band Blackpink spark backlash after cuddling newborn baby panda
11. november 2020 (10:11)
South Korean pop stars Blackpink have been sharply criticised in China after they were pictured holding a newborn baby panda. (London News)
Police fire tear gas on protesters in Lima after Peru’s president Martín Vizcarra is impeached amid corruption claims
11. november 2020 (09:37)
Protesters and security forces have clashed in the capital Lima over the impeachment of President Martín Vizcarra. (London News)
Who was Mary Wollstonecraft? Women’s rights activist and ‘Britain’s first feminist’
11. november 2020 (09:35)
Mary Wollstonecraft always attracted controversy. Now, a statue to commemorate "Britain’s first feminist", near where she lived and worked in Newington Green, north London, has provoked debate due to its inclusion of a naked female figure. (London News)
Guinness recalls non-alcoholic stout in Great Britain amid contamination concerns
11. november 2020 (09:28)
Guinness has announced a “precautionary” recall of its recently launched non-alcoholic stout in Great Britain amid concerns of microbiological contamination in some cans. (London News)
Extinction Rebellion stages climate change protest at Cenotaph on Remembrance Day
11. november 2020 (09:22)
Police officers have since removed the XR wreath from the memorial (London News)
Mary Wollstonecraft sculpture covered up with ‘woman’ t-shirt amid feminism row
11. november 2020 (09:14)
The artwork, by artist Maggi Hamblong and cast in silvered bronze, sparked fierce debate after it was unveiled on Tuesday, with critics saying the naked female figure was an insult to the 18th-century writer and thinker. (London News)
Nation to fall silent at home to mark Armistice Day on centenary of Unknown Warrior’s burial
11. november 2020 (08:54)
Britons will fall silent in their homes in remembrance of the nation’s war dead on Armistice Day, as the coronavirus pandemic limits public commemorations. (London News)
Hong Kong’s pro-democracy MPs resign in protest against dismissal of four colleagues for ‘endangering security’
11. november 2020 (08:43)
On June 30, Beijing introduced sweeping national security legislation to the city, punishing anything China considers subversion, secessionism, terrorism and collusion with foreign forces with up to life in prison. (London News)