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13th June 2021
One-year delay to the Euros made England fans relish it even more

This was a chance for England fans to get together at Wembley for the first time in a very long time. And how they relished it. COVID restrictions meant that the attendance was limited to just 22,500 people and everyone needed to produce proof of vaccination or a negative test result before gaining entry and […]

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13th June 2021
Northern Ireland’s government hangs in balance with week to find solution

The future of Northern Ireland’s devolved government hangs in the balance with Sinn Fein refusing to ratify the Democratic Unionist Party’s nominee for first minister. The new DUP leader Edwin Poots had named Paul Givan to succeed Arlene Foster when she formally resigns tomorrow, but power-sharing requires Sinn Fein‘s support. If the two largest parties […]

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13th June 2021
Boris Johnson scored an own goal over Brexit at G7 despite favourable conditions

An England football victory as the G7 summit wrapped up in Cornwall was something to celebrate, but even with a home advantage, Prime Minister Boris Johnson did not emerge from this global gathering with a win.  This was a big opportunity for Mr Johnson and in favourable conditions. Serendipitous that the UK was the host […]

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13th June 2021
Call for defibrillators at every football ground after Christian Eriksen cardiac arrest

Following the cardiac arrest of Denmark’s Christian Eriksen on the pitch, the brother of a teenager who died playing football has renewed his call for defibrillators to be made mandatory at all grounds. Ten years after his 19-year-old brother Kyle died playing football, the death of another young player prompted Astley Mulholland to campaign for […]

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13th June 2021
Delay to 21 June reopening will be ‘death knell’ for night-time economy

Nine out of 10 nightlife businesses in England say that a delay to lifting all lockdown restrictions beyond 21 June will threaten the survival of their venues.  A survey by the Night Time Industries Association found that 95% of businesses have already made financial commitments and logistical preparations in anticipation of the prime minister sticking […]

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13th June 2021
England fan in serious condition in hospital after fall from Wembley stands during Croatia game

An England fan is in a serious condition in hospital after falling from the stands at Wembley during Sunday’s Euro 2020 game against Croatia, officials have said. UEFA is investigating after the England supporter fell just after the game kicked off in London at 2pm. “We can confirm that a spectator fell from the stands […]

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13th June 2021
President Biden and First Lady greeted by Queen as they arrive at Windsor Castle for tea

US President Joe Biden has been welcomed by the Queen as he arrived at Windsor Castle. The president and First Lady Dr Jill Biden flew by helicopter from Cornwall, following the G7 summit, to Windsor on Sunday afternoon for tea with the monarch. Arriving at the castle, the couple were driven into the quadrangle where […]

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13th June 2021
PM rejects claims of ‘moral failure’ by G7 on vaccines – and says Brexit row left no ‘sour taste’

Boris Johnson has rejected claims of “moral failure” by the G7 in providing more COVID vaccines for poorer nations – as he dismissed suggestions a Brexit row had overshadowed the world leaders’ Cornwall summit. At the end of three days of talks at the seaside resort of Carbis Bay, the heads of the world’s leading […]

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13th June 2021
Raheem Sterling scores as England beat Croatia 1-0 in first Euro 2020 game at Wembley

England have beaten Croatia 1-0 in their opening Euro 2020 game at Wembley. The only goal came from Raheem Sterling in the 57th minute – his first in a major tournament – in the same week he was awarded an MBE in the Queen’s birthday honours list. It is the first time ever England have […]

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13th June 2021
Ousted Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu was ‘Trump before Trump’

Benjamin Netanyahu, the ever-present figure in Israeli politics for three decades is down and out. “Bibi”, to give him his near-universal nickname, has been written off so many times, but now, the man they call “the magician” has run out of tricks and run out of road. After four elections in just two years, 24 […]

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