About 52,000 people flocked to Copenhagen’s Parken stadium a day after Denmark abolished coronavirus restrictions.
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GREENWICH + DOCKLANDS INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL: The ever-creative (and, even better, free!) GDIF returns, with family-friendly outdoor events including a recreation of the Northern Lights, a riverside fire garden, and a giant birdcage roaming the streets at dusk, with video projections of birds released onto the streets. Greenwich and surrounds, 27 August-11 September
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Liam Gallagher live hello Leeds festival 2021
Music fans are returning to Reading and Leeds for the first time in two years after last year’s festivals were cancelled
Danish restaurants, bars, cinemas, gyms, sports stadiums and hairdressing salons have been open since that date for anyone who can prove that they are fully vaccinated, have a negative test result less than 72 hours old or contracted Covid within the past two to 12 weeks.
That requirement, already lifted from 1 August for some venues such as museums, will disappear for most others from 1 September, although a coronapas will still be needed for nightclubs and large events including football matches until 10 September.
There were countdowns to midnight at dozens of nightclubs in England as young people celebrated a return to clubbing after 16 months
People enjoy the weather on Bournemouth beach in Dorset this afternoon as sun-seekers flock to the coast
He also revealed that the Duke of Cambridge, who is president of the Football Association, had been to see the players after the match and was full of praise.
The England manager said: „At the moment the players are, understandably, really quiet.
„The Duke (of Cambridge) has been down to see them in the dressing room and has rightly thanked them for what they’ve done and been fulsome in his praise.“
Ritchie Blackmore’s Rainbow
England led their first final since in 1966 for 65 long minutes – but Italy controlled possession, played most of the football and ultimately just about deserved their victory.
Wembley was wild, almost anarchic. As the tackles snapped, the atmosphere crackled and the concrete literally shook.
Scores of supporters prepared to call in sick for work today following a night of booze-fuelled partying after the Three Lions defeated Denmark 2-1 during a nail-biting showdown in front of 60,000 spectators at the Wembley Stadium.
The elation spilled into fan zones across England – including in Manchester and Birmingham – with Britons proudly draping the St George’s flag over their shoulders when the squad’s first knockout tournament win against Germany in 55 years was secured.
Crowds in Three Lions jerseys later emerged from pubs and tore through the streets of London, Leeds and Newcastle, with hundreds who gathered in Leicester Square and Wembley spraying beers over onlookers and setting off colourful smoke bombs.
Klassiker in Wembley! Deutschland und England stehen sich um 18 Uhr im Achtelfinale der Fußball-EM 2020 gegenüber. Das Spiel gibt es hier im Livestream.
It’s more than two hours to kick-off and this already has the feel of a special occasion – although it has a lot to live up to after yesterday’s last 16 games which saw Spain and Switzerland go through against Croatia and World Cup holders France.
In Spanien haben Zigtausende in der Nacht zum Sonntag nach sechs Monaten euphorisch das Ende des Corona-Notstands gefeiert. Im Herzen der Hauptstadt Madrid war der Platz Puerta del Sol auch um 02.00 Uhr morgen noch voller Menschen.
Die meisten dachten noch gar nicht daran, ins Bett zu gehen.
The first night without the state of alarm saw an atmosphere of partying in many parts of Spain on Saturday night, as revelers took to the street from midnight onward when the emergency measures that had been in place for six months in a bid to control the spread of the coronavirus expired. The festivities took place on the streets of the country despite the fact that the epidemiological data is far from good.
Thousands of fans are returning to Wembley Stadium today (Sunday) as part of a Government programme to ensure the safe return of live entertainment.
Bier, Gin Tonic, Wein – ganz egal – die Briten dürfen wieder in ihren geliebten Pubs trinken. Zumindest in den Außenbereichen. Bilder vom ersten Wochenende der Lockerungen.
It comes after people in England enjoyed their first weekend nights out since restrictions were eased on beer gardens and outdoor dining.
Restaurants and pubs across the country were booked with some seeing their busiest day of trading in years on Friday.
In Newcastle hordes of shoppers were spotted descending on to the Quayside this morning despite government appeals to stay indoors
They came to their conclusions by modelling what could happen in the next few months under the vaccine rollout, presenting their findings to Sage on January 14.
Researchers at Warwick University wrote in the document, published today: “With the new aggressive covid strain, likely transmission efficacies prove insufficient to prevent further infection outbreaks across the population.
Prof Spector also suggested that basic infection control measures – including physical distancing, face masks and handwashing – should remain in place as they „don’t cost really anything to do“.
„I think we need to get used to that and that will allow us to do the things we really want to do more easily and more readily,“ he said.
A new CBS News/YouGov poll shows that most Americans (54%) now think that the biggest threat to their way of life comes from domestic enemies.
There is bipartisan agreement that the nation’s way of life is most threatened by individuals who are already in America, with 53% of Democrats, 56% of Republicans, and 57% of Independents each choosing that as the most significant risk. One in five Americans (20%) believe economic forces present a greater challenge, while slightly fewer (17%) chose natural disasters or viruses as a key concern.
About one in 12 Americans (8%) think foreign countries are the most looming threat, with Republicans being more likely than Democrats (4%) to say this.
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Stellt es Euch vor…
A gang of drunken transgender women who stamped on a teenager outside a Tube station have walked free from court.
Tamsin Lush, 29, Tylah Jo Bryan and Amarnih Lewis-Daniel, both 24, set upon the 19-year-old after he told them they needed female genitalia to be women.
As of Sept. 18, only 10% of Manhattan office workers had returned to their buildings, the Wall Street Journal reported late last month.
De Blasio confirmed that City Hall had indeed been considering bringing back more of its workforce, but new developments were put on hold due to the recent COVID clusters in Brooklyn and Queens.
FT research shows London and New York have suffered the most from the pandemic, but more substantial change lies ahead
Darkened storefronts adorned with “Closed” and “For Lease” signs have become common sights in both urban and rural areas.
Maryland is no exception. From my hometown in Takoma Park to the bucolic charm of Chestertown, many businesses have shuttered or are hanging on for dear life.
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Instead of practicing recommended social distancing by city, nation, and state leaders, a large group of people gathered in the middle of Ocean Boulevard in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina to dance Sunday evening.
Downing Street told CNN it did not know whether Symonds would move in to the famous residence.
These are uncharted waters for the British establishment — never in living memory has a UK Prime Minister had an unmarried partner while in office. Unlike US first ladies, UK first partners have no strictly defined role, and it will largely be up to Symonds to shape it.