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€8 billion in aid for French automobile industry
Minister resigns over top adviser Cummings' lockdown breach
UK government to 'look at' reviewing childcare-related lockdown fines
It comes amid calls for Cummings to resign after he made a 400km trip during lockdown from London to north-east England.
In a press conference defending his actions yesterday, Cummings said finding someone to look after his son should both he and his wife become incapacitated due to COVID-19 was a major factor in his decision to make the journey.
COVID-19 has 'weakened' the case for the EU, finds Euronews poll
Most German, Italian and French people believe the COVID-19 pandemic has weakened the arguments in favour of the European Union and think the bloc has not done nearly enough to support their country during the crisis.
A survey commissioned by Euronews has revealed that Italians are the harshest critic of the EU with 61% of respondents from the country saying the pandemic has weakened the case for the bloc, compared to 40% in Germany and 47% in France.
The poll, carried out by Redfield & Wilton Strategies, involved 1,500 participants from each of the three EU countries.
Seventy per cent of Italian respondents also said the EU has not done enough to help their country during the crisis — higher than the 60% and 57% observed in Germany and France respectively.
Hancock brushes off questions over Boris Johnson's advisor failing to obey lockdown rules
New trial of antiviral drug to treat COVID-19 announced in UK
Trump lashes out at 'political hacks', defends COVID-19 actions
Hungary to end controversial rule by decree on June 20
The rule by decree powers were first introduced on March 30 and enabled government to issue prison sentences for the spread of false information, leading to a number of people being investigated by authorities. The government also recently made it illegal to lawfully change gender.