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England reached the semi-finals of Euro 2020 after a comprehensive 4-0 victory over Ukraine, sparking celebration among fans. Sky News correspondents Michelle Clifford, Milena Veselinovic and Sadiya Chowdhury, were at three different locations to see how the fans reacted. Rome – Michelle Clifford They had been singing “football’s coming home” for hours before kick off
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England and Sussex bowler Ollie Robinson can resume playing cricket after he was deemed to have served a suspension over a “number of offensive tweets” he sent between 2012 and 2014, the Cricket Discipline Commission has announced. The 27-year-old, who made his Test debut for England at Lords last month, was handed an eight-match ban
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More than 250 possible victims of modern slavery may have been blocked from support in the last year, according to government data. The figures were revealed in response to Freedom of Information Act requests submitted by non-profit group After Exploitation. They showed that the flagship scheme to deal with modern slavery – the National Referral
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Boris Johnson is “very confident” that the UK’s use of India-produced jabs won’t prevent Britons being able to travel abroad – as German chancellor Angela Merkel offered hope of quarantine-free trips to the EU for those who are double-jabbed. Speaking following talks at the prime minister’s official country retreat of Chequers, Ms Merkel said: “We
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The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) is seeking a retrial of the police officer accused of assaulting former footballer Dalian Atkinson. The previous jury which heard the case against PC Mary Ellen Bettley-Smith, 31, was discharged after failing to come to a verdict. Bettley-Smith had denied assaulting the former Premier League star. Image: Jurors were discharged
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The Conservative Party’s co-chair has admitted Matt Hancock’s COVID rule-breaking was partly to blame for their by-election loss in Batley and Spen – but refused on 19 occasions to say whether the former health secretary was being investigated. Amanda Milling described the party’s failure to take the West Yorkshire seat from Labour as “a really
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A teenager accused of killing two sisters “brokered a diabolical agreement with a demon” in “a night of sacrifice”, a court heard. Danyal Hussein, 19, became obsessed with winning the lottery and gaining sexual potency. And the “ruthless” teenager “did not care what he had to do” to get what he wanted, the Old Bailey
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A man filmed harassing England’s chief medical officer Professor Chris Whitty has apologised for “any upset he caused”. Boris Johnson and vaccines minister Nadhim Zahawi were among the politicians to condemn the men captured grabbing Professor Whitty as he walked through London. They described them as “thugs” and called for police to investigate. Lewis Hughes,
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