Sunday, 28th June Daily Roundup
Here’s a quick summary of what has happened around the world over the last 24 hours, brought to you exclusively by British Herald.
Senior-most civil servant Sir Mark Sedwill will announce his departure as early as this week under Boris Johnson’s plans for a Whitehall revolution, the Telegraph reported. The announcement would be made as early as Monday, according to the report. Sedwill was appointed national security adviser by then-Prime Minister Theresa May in 2017.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson did some press ups to demonstrate he is “as fit as a butcher’s dog” in an interview with the Mail on Sunday. This comes just months after he fought for his life in hospital against the coronavirus.
The first minister of Wales, Mark Drakeford, said he was concerned about the messaging deployed by British Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s government on coronavirus, warning that the crisis was far from over.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said that his country is experiencing its toughest year due to the persisting US sanctions coupled with the consequences of COVID-19.
The Mississippi House of Representatives in the US voted to go forward with a process that could have the removal of a Confederate emblem from the state flag, as a consequence, according to media reports.
Mexico’s bustling capital was once seen as a relative oasis in the country’s raging war against drugs. However, a shocking military-style attempt of assassination on the city’s police chief offers proof that at least one gang is unafraid to shatter the peace.
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