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England rallied from the brink of elimination to beat Spain 2-1 after extra time and reach the semi-finals of Euro 2022

Ether Gonzalez’s opener had the hosts heading for an early exit, but Ella Toone rescued the Lionesses six minutes from the end of normal time before Stanway’s winner took England into the last four of a fourth consecutive major tournament. Sarina Wiegman’s side will face Sweden or Belgium in the last four on Tuesday. England […]

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The final two candidates to become UK prime minister will be decided Wednesday

UK prime minister will be decided Wednesday. with Foreign Secretary Liz Truss and Penny Mordaunt battling it out with frontrunner Rishi Sunak. Former finance minister Sunak was only two votes short of securing his place in the final two after Tuesday’s voting, but the race behind him tightened as Truss clawed back five votes to

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UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Tuesday faced renewed accusations of lying

After photos emerged of him drinking at a Downing Street party during lockdown in 2020. The revelations came as a senior civil servant was expected to publish her long-awaited full report into the “Partygate” scandal, despite claims that Johnson was trying to have it dropped. A slew of revelations earlier this year about lockdown-breaking parties

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UK Prime Minister says keeping schools shut is “morally indefensible

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said that keeping schools closed across the country is “socially intolerable, economically unsustainable and morally indefensible.” He added there is a “moral duty” to reopen schools next month for all students despite the continued threat from the coronavirus. Writing for the Mail on Sunday newspaper, Johnson said it was “crucial”

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New York governor offers Major League Baseball to come play in the state

Gov. Andrew Cuomo offered Major League Baseball the option of playing games in New York state if they’re having difficulty playing in other states, he said in his call with reporters Tuesday. “Here’s my suggestion — I understand the challenge they’re facing. New York state could host any major league baseball game that any teams

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Another 329 Stranded Nigerians Arrive Lagos From UK

A flight conveying 329 stranded Nigerians in the United Kingdom has arrived at Murtala Muhammed International Airport in Lagos, the Nigerians In Diaspora Commission (NIDCOM) said on Tuesday. Earlier, 261 stranded Nigerians had arrived at the Nnamdi Azikwe International Airport in Abuja at exactly 7 pm, according to NIDCOM. The Lagos flight landed at “exactly

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Cinemas, museums, and galleries in England will reopen on July 4 in the next phase

Venues will be asked to introduce social distancing measures including one-way systems, spaced queuing, increased ventilation, and pre-booked tickets, a Downing Street source said. Prime Minister Boris Johnson will unveil the changes in a statement to parliament on Tuesday, and say whether hairdressers, places of worship, pubs, and restaurants will also be allowed to open.

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English Premier League players take a knee — and make a stand

With the eyes of the world on the English Premier League’s long-awaited resumption, players in both Wednesday’s games took a knee in a powerful and symbolic show of solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement. The headline act on the day the Premier League returned after a 100-day absence was supposed to be Manchester City’s blockbuster encounter

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UK Inflation Reaches Four-Year Low On Virus Lockdown

Analysts said the data, along with recent figures showing a surge in UK unemployment and a massive contraction in the country’s economic output, meant the Bank of England was certain to pump billions more pounds into the economy under so-called quantitative easing (QE). The Consumer Prices Index annual inflation rate slumped to 0.5 percent last

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