Outcry after PM says 'there was no slavery in Australia' amid Black Lives Matter protests

6/11/2020 9:40:00 PM

Scott Morrison defends Captain Cook statue in UK

Outcry after PM says 'there was no slavery in Australia' amid Black Lives Matter protests

Scott Morrison defends Captain Cook statue in UK

Stunning aerial shots show global Black Lives Matter crowds on 6 June 1/21 An aerial photo made with a drone shows a large group gathered in Union Park to protest the arrest of George Floyd, who later died in police custody, in Chicago, Illinois EPA A large group marching and chanting in Chicago, Illinois EPA/Tannen Maury 3/21 Protesters gather along the steps of the Philadelphia Art Museum and Eakins Oval during a protest AP 4/21 Demonstrators try to block a freeway during a protest against the death in Minneapolis police custody of George Floyd, in the Manhattan borough of New York City, New York REUTERS Thousands of demonstrators march across the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, California REUTERS Demonstrators gather at Black Lives Matter Plaza in Washington REUTERS Demonstrators march down Flatbush Avenue toward the Manhattan Bridge chanting slogans REUTERS 8/21 Protesters take part in a demonstration to protest in support of the George Floyd protests in the United States, and also to commemorate a similar circumstance in France when Adama Traore, a 24-year-old Frenchman was killed in 2016 by police, during an rally in Champ de Mars next to the Eiffel Tower in Paris EPA Demonstrators attend a protest in Berlin, Germany FABRIZIO BENSCH/REUTERS Demonstrators protest against the death in Minneapolis police custody of George Floyd, in Sydney RON SHAMGAR via REUTERS Demonstrators attend a Black Lives Matter protest to express solidarity with US protestors in Sydney AFP via Getty Images People take part in a Black Lives Matter protest rally in Manchester Piccadilly Gardens, UK PA 13/21 People wearing masks hold placards during a protest march over the alleged police abuse of a Turkish man, in echoes of a Black Lives Matter protest, following the death of George Floyd who died in police custody in Minneapolis, in Tokyo REUTERS/Issei Kato Demonstrators attend a protest against police brutality in Frankfurt REUTERS Demonstrators attend a protest against police brutality at Alexanderplatz in Berlin, Germany REUTERS 16/21 People stand in silence for eight minutes and 46 seconds in tribute to George Floyd during a protest against racism and police brutality in Frankfurt am Main, Germany Getty Images Thousands of people demonstrate in Cologne, Germany AP Demonstrators hold placards as they attend a protest march to the US Embassy in London AFP via Getty Images 19/21 Demonstrators cross the River Thames via Vauxhall Bridge as they march to protest outside the US Embassy in London AFP via Getty Images Demonstrators gather for a protest against racism and police violence in Lisbon AP Boxer Anthony Joshua is seen on crutches with demonstrators in Watford, Britain REUTERS 1/21 An aerial photo made with a drone shows a large group gathered in Union Park to protest the arrest of George Floyd, who later died in police custody, in Chicago, Illinois EPA A large group marching and chanting in Chicago, Illinois EPA/Tannen Maury 3/21 Protesters gather along the steps of the Philadelphia Art Museum and Eakins Oval during a protest AP 4/21 Demonstrators try to block a freeway during a protest against the death in Minneapolis police custody of George Floyd, in the Manhattan borough of New York City, New York REUTERS Thousands of demonstrators march across the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, California REUTERS Demonstrators gather at Black Lives Matter Plaza in Washington REUTERS Demonstrators march down Flatbush Avenue toward the Manhattan Bridge chanting slogans REUTERS 8/21 Protesters take part in a demonstration to protest in support of the George Floyd protests in the United States, and also to commemorate a similar circumstance in France when Adama Traore, a 24-year-old Frenchman was killed in 2016 by police, during an rally in Champ de Mars next to the Eiffel Tower in Paris EPA Demonstrators attend a protest in Berlin, Germany FABRIZIO BENSCH/REUTERS Demonstrators protest against the death in Minneapolis police custody of George Floyd, in Sydney RON SHAMGAR via REUTERS Demonstrators attend a Black Lives Matter protest to express solidarity with US protestors in Sydney AFP via Getty Images People take part in a Black Lives Matter protest rally in Manchester Piccadilly Gardens, UK PA 13/21 People wearing masks hold placards during a protest march over the alleged police abuse of a Turkish man, in echoes of a Black Lives Matter protest, following the death of George Floyd who died in police custody in Minneapolis, in Tokyo REUTERS/Issei Kato Demonstrators attend a protest against police brutality in Frankfurt REUTERS Demonstrators attend a protest against police brutality at Alexanderplatz in Berlin, Germany REUTERS 16/21 People stand in silence for eight minutes and 46 seconds in tribute to George Floyd during a protest against racism and police brutality in Frankfurt am Main, Germany Getty Images Thousands of people demonstrate in Cologne, Germany AP Demonstrators hold placards as they attend a protest march to the US Embassy in London AFP via Getty Images 19/21 Demonstrators cross the River Thames via Vauxhall Bridge as they march to protest outside the US Embassy in London AFP via Getty Images Demonstrators gather for a protest against racism and police violence in Lisbon AP Boxer Anthony Joshua is seen on crutches with demonstrators in Watford, Britain REUTERS.Swedish prosecutors revealed the identity of the man who killed Olof Palme.The Italian prime minister, Giuseppe Conte, is to be questioned as part of an investigation driven by relatives of coronavirus victims into alleged errors made by authorities at the beginning of the pandemic.clashed at prime minister’s questions over the delays to schools reopening, with the Labour leader saying the PM should 'take responsibility for his own failures' on the issue.

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Airbrush History You mean Government announces that they will ask all local councils to review their historic statutes and agree with the community leaders alterations required. Oh sorry forgot English elected a Racist headcase as prime minister 66000dead . How are you today? He is kinda right, unfortunately the reality was the white settlers murdered the indigenous population, that’s not better, it’s actually worse. It’s also a bit like USA, they brought with them the ability to brew alcohol, and then when people got addicted, called them worthless.

Constant racial baiting, bringing things from the past Is this man thick or just uneducated? No. Sure those born as flora and fauna will be delighted. Beds are burning

Swedish police say they've SOLVED the 1986 murder of PM Olof PalmeStig Engström, a designer known as 'Skandia Man' after the company where he worked, has been named by police as the man they believe killed Swedish Prime Minister Olof Palme in 1986.

Italian PM faces questions from families over Covid-19 'errors''Call for investigation into possible criminal negligence by Giuseppe Conte and others “Most folks are as happy as they make up their minds to be.” -Abraham Lincoln (not a commentary on Abraham Lincoln) Conte was the one who told Boris to lockdown UK C4Dispatches or things would be much much worse.

Starmer accuses PM of 'flailing around' on school reopenings – videoKeir Starmer and Boris Johnson clashed at prime minister’s questions over the delays to schools reopening, with the Labour leader saying the PM should 'take responsibility for his own failures' on the issue Sir Keir complaining in the HoC that kids aren't going back to school fast enough. In direct contradiction to his Union friends Just school reopenings? Not only on school openings

Ex-Lesotho PM paid gang to murder his wife, police sayThomas Thabane and his current wife allegedly agreed to pay hitmen $179,485 to carry out killing Did he pay with PayPal? So much for BLM BlackLivesMatter Bruh... 🤡

Coronavirus - all you need to know as pressure grows on PM to scrap 2-metre rulePressure is mounting on Boris Johnson to ditch the two-metre social distancing rule to free up schools, pubs and restaurants to reopen, with Tory backbenchers addig to mounting criticism Then tell the EU to make a deal. In other words, nothing to lose? 🤔🤣 No it’s not

PM urged to set out robust plan to get more primary pupils back to schoolLabour leader Keir Starmer has warned parents are losing confidence in the government's school plan, as Top Tories say education delays will spell 'tragedy' for vulnerable kids