Cows invade cricket pitch and bring match to a halt
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Cows invade cricket pitch and bring match to a halt
Europe's football governing body UEFA has abolished the away goals rule for all of its club competitions from next season. Paris Saint-Germain's victory over Bayern Munich in last season's Champions League quarter-finals will go down in history as the last away goals result in the tournament before the rule change. The rule, introduced in 1965, has led to some dramatic moments in recent years, including Tottenham's stoppage-time success over Ajax in the 2019 Champions League semi-final.
France and Germany on Thursday attempted to persuade EU leaders to relaunch regular meetings with Russian President Vladimir Putin as part of a reset strategy in a controversial bid that threatens to divide the 27-member bloc, particularly the Baltic states. French President Emmanuel Macron said the stability of Europe required a dialogue with Russia, noting that an engagement with Putin "is necessary for the stability of the European continent. But he also conceded that “it will be demanding be
The professional dancer will take up the seat on the judging panel normally occupied by Bruno Tonioli, who is in the US, for the 2021 series.
Private e-scooters can only legally be used in the UK on private land.
Britney Spears asked judge to end her conservatorship during her first court appearance
The machine, developed by high-tech specialists Kromek, analyses 400 litres of air per minute.
The hit-maker appeared on BBC Radio 1 to discuss his new single.
Will Sir Keir Starmer face the biggest crisis of his leadership to date if he loses the by-election in the West Yorkshire constituency of Batley and Spen next week? Will former Labour MP George Galloway, standing for the Workers Party, attract enough support from the constituency’s large Muslim community, previously loyal to Labour, to deny the incumbent the seat? Will the Conservative Party's approach of standing aloof from the slugfest between Labour and Mr Galloway's Workers Party while following a "local" playbook identical to the one that proved successful in Hartlepool, allow them to come though the middle to victory?
Anton is swapping the dancefloor for the judging desk on this year's series, replacing Bruno Tonioli.
Nothing suggests that HMS Defender's passage was anything but continuous and expeditious. But the UK should avoid relying on Ukrainian "permission" as a justification.
Hundreds of e-scooters have been seized in London in the past week as police launch a crackdown on the vehicles. A total of 507 e-scooters were confiscated by Metropolitan Police officers during "proactive patrols" across the capital. A programme was launched in London earlier this month - amid growing safety concerns about the devices.
Beleaguered service sent out mass tests but just 14% have been registered as used.
Dutch prime minister Mark Rutte has said that Hungary should be expelled from the European Union if it refuses to back down on its anti-LGBT+ law.
He also explained the meaning behind her unusual middle name.
Fourteen countries and territories have been added to England's green travel list but some industry bosses have warned the move "fails to go far enough" to help the struggling sector. Spain's Balearic Islands, which include Ibiza, Menorca, Majorca and Formentera; Malta; Madeira; and some islands in the Caribbean - including Barbados - have been cleared for quarantine-free travel, Transport Secretary Grant Shapps has announced. It means those heading to some popular holiday hotspots after 4am on Wednesday 30 June will not have to quarantine on their return following the latest review of the travel traffic light system.
"Fear the virus, not vaccination," French Prime Minister Jean Castex said on a visit to Landes, in the south-west, where the Delta variant accounts for 70 percent of new coronavirus infections. While the number of cases continues to fall in France – 24 people per 100,000 are infected – the highly contagious Delta variant is gaining ground. Nationwide, it accounts for 10 percent of recorded cases, up from 2-4 percent a week ago.In Landes, the worst affected department, Castex on Thursday announce
Fully vaccinated people in England will be able to travel to an amber list country without having to quarantine on their return "later this summer", the government plans. When the new exemption for those who have had two COVID jabs comes into force, the guidance that people should only travel to amber list countries for "essential" reasons will also be dropped, the Department for Transport has said. It means that at that point, anyone will be able to travel to countries in the amber category - including France, Portugal and Germany - no matter the reason for their trip.
Perez Hilton is being condemned by Britney Spears fans for his “reprehensible” coverage of the singer in the years leading up to her breakdown.
After Scotland were knocked out of the tournament, England and Wales are the remaining home nations hoping for glory.
Happy Pride month one and all.