Donald Trump dismissed a movement among some activists and Democratic lawmakers to “defund the police”

Donald Trump dismissed a movement among some activists and Democratic lawmakers to “defund the police” in the wake of George Floyd’s death while in police custody.

“There won’t be de-funding. There won’t be dismantling of our police. And there is not going to be any disbanding of our police,” he said during a meeting with law enforcement officials at the White House.

He believes there are other British victims of sex attacks and has urged them to contact police.

He said: “The hard evidence we don’t have, we don’t have the crucial evidence of Madeline McCann’s body.

Figures published today by the Department of Health showed 55 deaths in the 24 hours to 5pm yesterday, the lowest figure since March 20, three days before lockdown, when 36 people died.

NHS England figures show that London hospitals reported no deaths yesterday. Looking at the date when deaths actually occurred, none has yet been reported in the capital for Saturday or Sunday.

‘In the course of four days they were not feeding the children, and did not arrange alternative care for them,’ said an investigation source.

Instead they ‘subjected them to hunger, did not ensure hygiene, leaving the minors were in a socially dangerous state’.

Brazil has drawn further criticism for its handling of the coronavirus pandemic after sharing contradictory figures on deaths and infections, intensifying a scandal over the country’s Covid-19 data.

A senator called for a congressional inquiry and the discrepancy prompted criticism from across the political spectrum after initial health ministry data on Brazil’s number of cases and death toll was contradicted by numbers uploaded to the ministry’s online data portal.