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Euro 2020: Pub landlords say they can’t police cheering if England make a winning start – despite Covid advice
The i says pub landlords have said they will be unable to police jubilant scenes and cheering supporters should England get off to a winning start at Euro 2020.
The Guardian says the rescheduled Euros kicksoff in Rome on Friday in what the city’s mayor, Virginia Raggi, has billed as a symbol of a new beginning.
Sky News says this will be a European Championship like no other, not just because the tournament is taking place a year later than planned.
The Times says Jeff Bezos paid no income tax in 2007 and 2011, and George Soros went three years in a row without paying the Internal Revenue Service, according to a leak of personal tax records.
The UK’s Delta variant cases have more than doubled in the past week., with a further 29,892 cases recorded in the seven days up to June 9, Public Health England.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are in talks with dancer Ashley Banjo on a future work project, the Diversity dancer has said.
A fault discovered amongst a fleet of trams has suspended indefinitely the tram service throughout the West Midlands.
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The Guardian says the G7 summit risks being overshadowed by a “bitter Brexit stand-off” between France and the UK.
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Bank of England: Economy to rebound strongly due to vaccine The UK’s rapid vaccination programme will help the economy rebound strongly this year, according to the Bank of England. The economy is expected to shrink 4.2% in the first three months of 2021, amid tighter lockdown restrictions to slow the spread of the virus. But, it’s expected a rebound in the spring as people become
A company backed by David Beckham, which uses compounds found in cannabis and will be used to make cannabis skin care and athletic products, plans to sell shares on the London Stock Exchange (LSE). Cellular Goods, who sold a stake to DB Ventures (David Beckham’s investment firm) aims to sell products from September 2021, according to its website, which will make it the first firm
The number of black people as executives at the top of Britain’s top blue-chip, FTSE 100 companies, is zero for the first time in six years. There are no black chairmen or chairwomen, chief executive officers or chief financial officers at any company in the UK’s benchmark FTSE 100 stock index, according to early findings from the analysis. Only 10 of the 297 leaders in
Silver stock prices leapt to a five-month high on Monday on social media calls to buy the metal and emulate the frenzy that drove up GameStop shares. The recent GameStop surge, which was also fuelled by retail investors, was also seen as a revolt against large institutional investors. Demand for silver is going crazy and rippling through to other commodities and stocks. Shares in a
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Jude Bellingham a cult hero at Birmingham City, Borussia Dortmund – and school in Kenya EXCLUSIVE: At the age of just 17, England’s Euro 2020 hopeful Jude Bellingham is already a cult-hero at Birmingham City, Borussia Dortmund and Miche Bora school in a deprived area of Mombasa where the class act has been helping to raise funds and made personal donations – for two years.