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Euro 2020: Scotland fans return home from England game

The Tartan Army is returning home with some even helping to clean up London's Leicester Square.
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London stadiums host ‘super Saturday’ of mass rapid Covid vaccinations

Tens of thousands turn up to grounds of West Ham, Spurs and others, as young people are urged to get jabsCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageLondoners received tens of thousands of Covid jabs in just a few hours on Saturday as football grounds in the capital were transformed into mass vaccination centres.Huge jab clinics have been set up at the London Stadium, Stamford Bridge, the Tottenham Hotspur stadium, the Valley, home of Charlton Athletic, and Selhurst Park. Continu...
Tags: Health, London, Football, Society, UK News, NHS, Vaccines and immunisation, Charlton Athletic, Sadiq Khan, West Ham Spurs, Coronavirus


Coronavirus live news: queues for jabs at England football grounds; Brazil expected to pass 500,000 deaths

Surge testing to begin in Lambeth and Cumbria following rise in cases of Delta variant as Russia reports a record 9,120 cases in MoscowThird wave of Covid ‘definitely under way’ in UK, says expertHow Europe’s Covid vaccine rollout is catching up with UKCovid jabs for billions of humans will earn makers billions of dollarsNHS app gains 2.7m users as people rush to show Covid vaccine statusIndian athletics star Milkha Singh dies after catching Covid, aged 91UK holiday costs more than Europe as dem...
Tags: Health, Europe, UK, England, London, Washington, China, Russia, US, Society, World news, Joe Biden, Taiwan, Beijing, Delta, Brazil


Family seek ‘guardian angel’ who saved father from stroke in London

Passerby who recognised signs of stroke thought to be a blond-haired health worker from OceaniaA woman whose husband collapsed outside a central London coffee shop after suffering a stroke is now hoping to find the “guardian angel” who saved his life.Mathew O’Toole, 47, was working in London when he collapsed outside Ole & Steen on Wigmore Street at about 8.30am on 10 June. Continue reading...
Tags: Health, London, UK News, Hospitals, Stroke, A&e, Wigmore Street, Mathew O'Toole, Ole Steen


Scotland fans clean up London after Euro celebrations

Fans took part in a clean-up of Leicester Square which was covered in litter during celebrations.
Tags: UK, London, News, Scotland, Leicester Square


Former Met chief interviewed Prince Charles over alleged plot to kill Diana

John Stevens reveals he questioned the prince as a witness in 2005 about a note his then wife had writtenThe former Metropolitan police chief John Stevens has disclosed that he questioned Prince Charles over allegations that he had plotted to kill Diana, Princess of Wales.Charles was interviewed as a witness in 2005, during a three-year investigation into Diana’s death in a Paris car crash in 1997, the Daily Mail reported. Continue reading...
Tags: London, Police, UK News, Daily Mail, Paris, Monarchy, Prince Charles, Diana, Princess of Wales, Metropolitan Police, John Stevens, Diana Princess of Wales Charles


Police interviewed Prince Charles over ‘plot to kill Diana’

Former Met chief reveals he questioned prince as a witness in 2005 about note written by princessThe former Metropolitan police chief John Stevens has disclosed that he questioned Prince Charles over allegations that he had plotted to kill Diana, Princess of Wales.Charles was interviewed as a witness in 2005, during a three-year investigation into Diana’s death in a Paris car crash in 1997, the Daily Mail reported. Continue reading...
Tags: London, Police, UK News, Daily Mail, Paris, Monarchy, Prince Charles, Diana, Princess of Wales, Metropolitan Police, John Stevens, Diana Princess of Wales Charles


Flood alerts in England after month’s worth of rain falls in 24 hours

More showers expected in south of England, northern Scotland and Northern Ireland but rest of UK expected to be largely dryFlood warnings are in place across England this weekend after parts of the south-east endured a month’s worth of rainfall in 24 hours.The Met Office has forecast outbreaks of rain to hit the south late on Saturday afternoon into Saturday night. The Environment Agency has issued 39 flood alerts in London and surrounding areas, Kent, parts of the home counties, the West Midlan...
Tags: UK, England, London, Scotland, UK News, Northern Ireland, Flooding, Met Office, Environment Agency, West Midlands, UK Weather, South East, Wiltshire Continue


In pictures: Scotland fans celebrate England result

Thousands were in London for the Euro 2020 match against England, while others watched from the Glasgow fan zone.
Tags: UK, England, London, News, Scotland, Glasgow


Euro 2020: Crowds celebrate Scotland's 0-0 draw with England

There was a large police presence in London's Leicester Square and George Square in Glasgow.
Tags: England, London, News, Scotland, George Square, Leicester Square


Scotland fans celebrate 0-0 draw with England

There was a large police presence in London's Leicester Square and George Square in Glasgow.
Tags: UK, England, London, News, Scotland, George Square, Leicester Square


Scotland fans celebrate 0-0 draw with England

There was a large police presence in London's Leicester Square and George Square in Glasgow.
Tags: England, London, News, Scotland, George Square, Leicester Square


Police arrest 18 in London after England v Scotland Euro 2020 match

Arrests made as police dealt with football crowds in Leicester Square and around Wembley after scoreless draw on Friday night More than a dozen people have been arrested as police dealt with football fans when England took on Scotland in a much-anticipated Euros match.Crowds thronged into Leicester Square in central London after the scoreless draw at Wembley on Friday night. Continue reading...
Tags: England, London, Scotland, UK News, Wembley, Leicester Square


Police arrest 30 in London after England v Scotland Euro 2020 match

Arrests made as police dealt with football crowds in Leicester Square and around Wembley after scoreless draw on Friday night More than two dozen people have been arrested as police dealt with football fans when England took on Scotland in a much-anticipated Euros match.Crowds thronged into Leicester Square in central London after the scoreless draw at Wembley on Friday night. The Metropolitan police said 25 of the arrests were in central London while five were in the vicinity of Wembley. Contin...
Tags: England, London, Scotland, UK News, Wembley, Leicester Square, Wembley Continue


Police arrest 26 in London after England v Scotland Euro 2020 match

Arrests made as police dealt with football crowds in Leicester Square and around Wembley after scoreless draw on Friday night More than two dozen people have been arrested as police dealt with football fans when England took on Scotland in a much-anticipated Euros match.Crowds thronged into Leicester Square in central London after the scoreless draw at Wembley on Friday night. Continue reading...
Tags: England, London, Scotland, UK News, Wembley, Leicester Square


Euro 2020: Crowds celebrate Scotland's 0-0 draw with England

There was a large police presence in London's Leicester Square and George Square in Glasgow.
Tags: UK, England, London, News, Scotland, George Square, Leicester Square


Teenagers drank more than $17 billion worth of alcohol in 2016, a new study finds. Here's why experts worry that COVID-19 has fueled the fire of underage drinking.

Experts fear that the COVID-19 pandemic has fanned the flames of underage alcohol consumption. Vincent Besnault A study found that young people in the US consumed more than $17 billion worth of alcohol in 2016. One study author named hard seltzers as one driver of underage alcohol consumption. A psychiatrist told Insider that the pandemic has exacerbated alcohol consumption among youth. See more stories on Insider's business page. Underage youths consumed nearly one-tenth of all the al...
Tags: London, News, US, Trends, Diageo, Teenagers, Healthcare, Retail, University Of North Carolina, Loko, Pandemic, ALCOHOLIC, Krakower, COVID, Scott Krakower, Reed Alexander


In pictures: Scotland fans celebrate England result

Thousands were in London for the Euro 2020 match against England, while others watched from the Glasgow fan zone.
Tags: England, London, News, Scotland, Glasgow


England vs. Scotland: No goals but plenty of passion as international football's oldest rivals meet for 115th time

It may have rained relentlessly for eight hours leading up to kick off, but the torrential downpour wasn't enough to dampen the spirits of the thousands of Scottish fans -- a conservative estimate -- that had traveled to London for the national team's Euro 2020 match against England.
Tags: England, London, Scotland, Cnn


In pictures: Fans in London and Scotland watch match

Thousands are in London for the Euro 2020 match against England, while others watch from the Glasgow fan zone.
Tags: England, London, News, Scotland, Glasgow


‘Mamma Mia!’ Musical Returns to London’s West End – Global Bulletin

THEATER Smash hit musical “Mamma Mia!” will return to London’s West End at the Novello Theatre from Aug. 25. The beleaguered U.K. theater sector is operating at a vastly reduced capacity for another month as the country’s full reopening was pushed back to July 19 from June 21. Unless COVID-19 cases, currently clocking in at […]
Tags: London, News, Global, West End, Abba, Mamma Mia, Global Bulletin


Euro 2020 semifinals and final present Boris Johnson with new 'public health' issue

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson says the UK government is talking with European football governing body UEFA about "sensible accommodations" over the staging of the Euro 2020 semifinals and final at London's Wembley Stadium.
Tags: UK, London, Cnn, Boris Johnson, Uefa


The Guardian view on the Liberal Democrats: seeing and shaping politics | Editorial

Clearly the death of Liberal England has been prematurely foretold, but more will be needed to turn a stunning byelection win into a successful revivalIt is often hard to try to derive a national message from a single byelection. The effect on party morale usually dwarfs that felt on government policy. The election of Liberal Democrat Sarah Green as the MP for Chesham and Amersham, a commuter-belt seat north-west of London, stuns on both counts. The result will make Conservative MPs in relativel...
Tags: Europe, Politics, England, London, European Union, Conservatives, UK News, Green, Liberal Democrats, Ed Davey, Local Politics, Byelections, Boris Johnson, Hs2, Buckinghamshire, Chesham


Euro 2020: Thousands of Scotland fans gather in central London

Large crowds of Tartan Army supporters have congregated ahead of the Euro 2020 match with England.
Tags: UK, London, News, Scotland, Tartan Army


Analysis: What to expect when Harry heads back to London

A version of this story appeared in the June 18 edition of CNN's Royal News, a weekly dispatch bringing you the inside track on the royal family, what they are up to in public and what's happening behind palace walls. Sign up here.
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What to expect when Harry heads back to London

Royal-watchers are turning their attention to the Duke of Sussex's upcoming trip.
Tags: London, Cnn, Harry, Duke of Sussex


In pictures: Scotland fans descend on London

Thousands of supporters are in London for the match against England, with many more making the journey on Friday.
Tags: England, London, News, Scotland


Dispersal order issued for big game

Fans have been travelling to London despite being urged not to by the mayor.
Tags: London, News


Covid live: Israel to send 1m vaccines to Palestine in reciprocal deal; England offers jabs to all over-18s

Palestinian Authority agrees to send same amount back to Israel later this year; England opens vaccine booking to all adultsA silent decimation: South America’s losing battle against CovidWales delays easing Covid restrictions by four weeksUK minister won’t tell workers to return to office when lockdown endsSee all our coronavirus coverage 10.28am BST The more infectious Delta coronavirus variant will become dominant in Germany in Autumn at the latest, the country’s top public health officia...
Tags: England, London, Germany, Israel, World news, Palestine, Delta, South America, Vaccines and immunisation, Palestinian Authority, Robert Koch Institute, Coronavirus, Lothar Wieler, Notting Hill Carnival Ltd


Science Museum in 'world's biggest house move' to Swindon

The Science Museum is moving 300,000 objects from west London to a vast new warehouse in Wiltshire.
Tags: London, News, Swindon, Science Museum



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