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Johnson and Biden Discuss Northern Ireland Row; Hancock Defends Handling of COVID-19 | NTD UK News

NTD UK News Full Broadcast: Part I—10 June 2021 💎Subscribe to NTD UK NEWS: 💎Follow us on Facebook: 💎Follow us on Instagram: 💎Join us on Telegram: Johnson and Biden Discuss Northern Ireland Row Hancock Defends Handling of COVID-19 Hancock: Further Virus Probe Needed in China MPs Slam Inaction on China Forced Labour Statue Row: Lecturers Boycott Oxford College Report: Sexual Harassment Normalised for Kids Lockdown Ending Delay Would Hit Recovery On his first trip abroad since taking office, U-S President Joe Biden meets Prime Minister Boris Johnson today. One contentious issue is Northern Ireland. Health Secretary Matt Hancock today defended his handling of the CCP virus pandemic. Hancock has received heavy criticism from the prime minister’s former chief advisor, Dominic Cummings, who said Hancock should have been sacked on multiple occasions. The health Secretary also said to the Committee that further investigation into the origins of the virus is needed - and that it should be allowed to take place without Beijing's interference. A committee of MPs is criticising the government for failing to take timely action on the Chinese regime’s use of forced labour in Xinjiang. Lecturers are reportedly refusing to teach students at an Oxford University college over its decision not to remove a statue of Cecil Rhodes. A report by England's schools watchdog has people calling for a cultural shift, after it was revealed that sexual harassment has become “normalised” in schools. The British Chambers of Commerce forecasts economic growth of 6.8 per cent by the end of 2021— the strongest since official records began.
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