Sky News Breakfast: Myanmar’s ‘Tiananmen moment’ and NHS pay row

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    On your Sky News Breakfast menu:

    – A moment of courage in Myanmar’s deadly demonstrations as a nun filmed pleading to protect protesters says she was ready to die

    – NHS trusts accuse the government of snatching away a promised larger pay rise for staff

    – Charities condemn government cuts in donations to Yemen… and plans to slash aid to the world’s worst hit war zones are leaked in emails.

    – And we hear from businesses which have been busier than ever during lockdown.

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