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UK PM Johnson apologises for attending lockdown party

LONDON (Reuters) – British Prime Minister Boris Johnson apologised on Wednesday for attending a “bring your own booze” gathering at his official residence during the first coronavirus lockdown as opponents said he had to resign. Johnson admitted…

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Building repairs and renovations in Bangkok not covered by partial lockdown

Maintenance or renovation of buildings in and around Bangkok can continue as normal and are not banned by the Centre of COVID-19 Situation Administration (CCSA), as widely misunderstood. Quoting CCSA…

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Thai PM assures sufficient COVID-19 vaccines as mass inoculations begin today

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha gave yet another assurance today (Monday) that there is sufficient COVID-19 vaccine to inoculate those who have appointments this month, as mass inoculations begin today. While…

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Palang Pracharat party apologizes Bhumjaithai over 6 MPs abstaining from voting for transport minister after censure debate

The Palang Pracharat party has formally apologized to its coalition partner, the Bhumjaithai party and its secretary-general, Transport Minister Saksayam Chidchob, for the abstention by 6 of its MPs from…

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Former Kao Klai candidate fired over incident at Friday protest in Samut Prakan

A former election candidate for the Kao Klai Party has offered a public apology for an incident, which occurred on Friday night during a rally held by a labour union…

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Dr. Prawase proposes three ways to overcome Thailand’s current political crisis

Respected social critic Dr. Prawase Wasi has proposed that Thailand’s Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha, the commanders of the three armed forces and former prime ministers hold an official ceremony to…

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Army apologizes for wrongly calling deceased cadet to report for conscription

The Royal Thai Army has offered an apology to the family of a deceased cadet for mistakenly notifying him to report for conscription. The first-year cadet, at the Armed Forces…

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A student holds up a sign alleging the Thai government involvement in the 1MBD scandal at a pro-democracy rally against the military government, at Thammasat University in Bangkok on February 26, 2020. – Thai students held rare flashmob protests on February 26 as anger at the dissolution of a stridently-anti military opposition party bubbled in a kingdom with a long history of street politics. (Photo by Lillian SUWANRUMPHA / AFP)

Thailand’s PM to open a forum for students to air their political views

The Government is ready to hold a forum, tentatively in mid-August, to allow student activists to voice their political views and grievances, said Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha today (Tuesday). He…

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CCSA offers an apology for mishandling foreign VIP arrivals

Thailand’s CCSA has offered a public apology, especially to the people of Bangkok and Rayong, over the mishandling of foreign VIP arrivals, and has promised to review all privileges extended…

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A man has his hair cut at a barber shop as some socializing restrictions are lifted Sunday, May 3, 2020, in Bangkok, Thailand. Residents of Thailand’s capital enjoyed the city’s parks, booked haircuts and stocked up on beer and other alcoholic drinks Sunday as they enjoyed their first day of eased restrictions that were imposed weeks ago to combat the spread of the coronavirus. (AP Photo/Wally Santana)

School administrators threaten boycott of Kao Klai party over haircut conflict

The Association of Secondary School Administrators has threatened to boycott the opposition Kao Klai party, unless one of its MPs offers a public apology and retracts his allegedly offensive remark…

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Parks Dept. defends dismantling of Bombay Burma building in Phrae province

Thailand’s Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation has apologized to the people of the northern province of Phrae for the recent dismantling of a colonial-style building in Chetawan…

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Krabi’s deputy governor apologizes for derogatory comment about Phuket

The deputy governor of Thailand’s Krabi province has offered a public apology to the people of Phuket for his derogatory and unproven claim that they had spread coronavirus to his…

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Anutin in hot water over remarks on medical personnel

Public Health Minister Anutin Charnvirakul found himself in hot water again on Thursday with what was seen as his criticism of medical personnel who exposed themselves to coronavirus infections. But…

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Five opposition MPs vote for General Prawit after censure debate

Three Seri Ruam Thai MPs and two from the opposition Pheu Thai party have broken ranks to vote for Deputy Prime Minister Prawit Wongsuwan, giving him more approval votes than…

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Thailand’s health minister apologizes for outburst aimed at western tourists

Public Health Minister Anutin Charnvirakul said today that he will ask western embassies to advise their citizens visiting Thailand to wear protective face masks in public places, and in crowds,…

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PM did not apologize over oath-taking controversy – government spokeswoman

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha did not offer an apology to his cabinet colleagues over the oath-taking controversy and the media has misinterpreted the Prime Minister’s remarks about the wording, government…

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PM apologizes for delay in government formation

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has offered an apology to the Thai people, saying that he felt uncomfortable with the internal problems in the Palang Pracharat party over cabinet seat sharing….

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Ms. Pannika apologizes for her inappropriate act

Future Forward party spokeswoman, Ms. Pannika “Chor” Wanich, today expressed regret and offered an apology for what she admitted was an inappropriate act in a pictorial social media post of…

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