Liverpool players dominate the PFA Team of the Year, with five title-winners from Jurgen Klopp's side making the line-up.
Two Manchester City and Leicester players are also in the XI, with one each from Burnley and Arsenal.
More than 57,400 deaths involving coronavirus have now been registered in the UK, new figures from the Office for National Statistics show.However, data released today also found that weekly deaths involving Covid-19 in England and Wales have dropped to the lowest number since mid-March .
The media regulator has received over 1000 complaints since Saturday's performance, which won widespread praise from viewers.
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The Apprentice star has sparked a backlash for saying people working from home have become "complacent".
Gary Neville has said that Gareth Southgate is the most capable England manager within the past 30 years in regards to dealing with player misconduct. The former England assistant coach's comments came after Mason Greenwood and Phil Foden were dropped from the national team squad following Covid-19 breaches.
Patriarch Filaret told TV channel pandemic was result of 'sinfulness of humanity… first of all, I mean same-sex marriage’
British tourists could be forced to quarantine or take Covid-19 tests when travelling to EU countries under new bloc-wide rules and, if coronavirus infections increase, face being locked out of the bloc after the end of the Brexit transition period. EU member states and the European Commission began preliminary discussions on agreeing a standardised colour system, infection rate threshold and harmonised approach to travellers from high-risk areas for the bloc on Monday. They do not involve the UK, which will be treated as a non-EU country from January 1. “European challenges require European coordination,” a commission spokesman said on Tuesday, before adding that the plans were “welcomed” by national diplomats. The commission said that any decision on travel restrictions would be for individual countries to make, but urged EU governments to commit to the same “common criteria” when introducing them. The EU has banned all non-essential travel to the bloc from non-EU countries. Eleven countries, including Australia, South Africa and New Zealand, but not the US, are exempt. China will be exempt if it lifts a similar ban. The UK has not implemented the ban and, because it shares the Common Travel Area with Britain, neither has Ireland. Brussels’ recommendations say that EU members should not refuse entry to people travelling from other member states, even if they arrive from high-risk zones, but that they could require quarantine or Covid-19 tests. Britain is being treated as an EU member state until the end of the Brexit transition period on December 31 but is not allowed to take part in meetings discussing the new approach. Once the UK has left the Customs Union and Single Market at the end of the year, it will be treated as a non-EU country. Before introducing travel restrictions, the commission wants EU countries to consider how many new Covid-19 cases per 100,000 people in an area there are over two weeks, the percentage of positive tests carried out over seven days and the number of tests per 100,000 people carried out over seven days.
Nicola Adams has told fans she is a lesbian, after conflicting reports about her sexuality.The 37-year-old, who will make history when she becomes the first Strictly Come Dancing contestant to dance as part of a same-sex pairing, made the announcement on Twitter following reports stating she is bisexual.
Reports are circulating that Victoria and David Beckham contracted Covid-19 earlier this year after partying in Los Angeles. According to The Sun newspaper, the couple and a number of relatives, friends and employees came down with the virus and decided to keep it a secret. The family allegedly became ill back in March when the couple flew to the US for Mr Beckham to attend duties for his football club Inter Miami. A source told the publication that the two had been attending a string of parties in LA which led to them ‘catching’ the virus. They then flew back to UK, leaving the family fearing they had become 'superspreaders'. The family celebrated their son Brooklyn’s 21st birthday on March 6 at their house in the Cotswolds which was attended by a number of A-listers including Emma Bunton and Stormzy. The Beckhams are yet to make a statement regarding coronavirus.
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A pre-wedding hike up the Rock of Gibraltar was derailed on August 22 when the groom, bride and their families were ambushed by a troop of monkeys.This footage of the incident, shot by Fui Mee Quek, shows her now son-in-law, Gabriel Bambridge, standing with a Barbary macaque perched on his shoulder. The monkey unzips the Briton’s backpack and rummages through in search of food.“He’s got the birth certificate,” someone remarks, prompting Bambridge to exclaim, “Oh s***.”However, the document was not of any interest to the monkey and joined the bulk of the contents of Bambridge’s backpack on the ground, where he managed to secure it with his foot.In the video, when Quek tries to pick up Bambridge’s birth certificate, he refuses to remove his foot, saying, “No, I’m not getting off it.”Quek told Storyful that moments before Bambridge was mugged, the monkeys stole some freshly bought Iberica ham from the bride’s sister.“I ran back to warn the rest of the group,” she said. “Alas, too late!” Credit: Fui Mee Quek via Storyful