Trump spends most of his time in the Oval Office watching TV instead of listening to his advisers, John Bolton suggestsThe president trusts "a combination of television and listening to people outside the government" over his advisers, the former adviser said. Reopened pubs in England may require drinkers to check inHealth secretary refuses to rule out diners and drinkers having to register as they enter venue Coronavirus: The return of sport during this nightmare will bring some goodLife-size fan cut-outs or giant screens of cheering supporters help only a little but the return of sport is still welcome news. 'Brutal' new polls spell trouble for Trump in battleground statesA New York Times/Siena College survey shows diminishing support for Trump among white voters in some key swing states. Beijing pulls credentials for journalists at three U.S. news outlets, including The PostThe move sharply escalated the U.S.-China media war after the Trump administration put limits on U.S.-based Chinese media outlets. James Bennet Resigns as New York Times Opinion Editor“Last week we saw a significant breakdown in our editing processes, not the first we’ve experienced in recent years,” said A. G. Sulzberger, the publisher. Wage reductions and summer matches loom for England's top playersEngland’s top players could face pay cuts as the Rugby Football Union attempts to tackle a financial crisis New York Times dedicates entire front page to names of US coronavirus victimsThe 1,000 miniature obituaries fill six full columns of the broadsheet and then continue inside, yet account for a fraction of the nearly 100,000 U.S. deaths due to the virus. Your Wednesday BriefingEurope travel, Hong Kong law, Russia: Here’s what you need to know.