Roberto Mancini is surprisingly a candidate in Manchester United’s leadership hunt

Roberto Mancini is surprisingly a candidate in Manchester United’s leadership hunt

At present, the 57-year-old is firmly committed to governing Italy, with whom he has a contract in a lucrative deal until 2026, but the possibility of a return to the Premier League is thought to appeal to him. His history with City is a potentially complicating factor, but has not seen him be ruled out … Read more

Why face masks became the symbol of a divided Britain

Why face masks became the symbol of a divided Britain

Who knows why this transfer of enforcement to the individual is special to the UK, but it is. Take a trip to France and you will discover a host of measures that seem sensible there, but unthinkable here. Do you want to take the train? You must have a mask and proof of vaccine. Two … Read more

Masks mandatory in stores from today, as Iceland’s boss says he will not ask staff to enforce new rules

Masks mandatory in stores from today, as Iceland’s boss says he will not ask staff to enforce new rules

During the first shutdown, Mr Walker received more than 50 reports a week from employees who had been verbally abused to enforce masks wearing in stores during the first shutdown in 2020. When he subsequently asked his employees to stop challenging customers, it dropped tenfold to about five incidents a week. He added: “I think … Read more

The cruelty of slavery stains our history, Prince Charles tells Barbados as it ends royal rule

The cruelty of slavery stains our history, Prince Charles tells Barbados as it ends royal rule

Prince ‘deeply moved’ to witness a historic moment The moment of becoming a republic heralded a host of subtle but symbolic changes to life on the island as Government House was renamed State House, prisoners were no longer held on “Her Majesty’s Pleasure” and British Crown emblems were removed from flags, military uniforms and buttons. … Read more

Latest news about Coronavirus: Do not socialize unless necessary to slow down the omicron variant, urges Dr. Jenny Harries

Dr Jenny Harries, the current head of the NHS Test and Trace, has told BBC Radio 4’s Today program that people can do their part to reduce the spread of the new omicron variant by reducing the number of social contacts they have. She said that although our “vaccines appear to be effective, we are … Read more

Latest news from politics: Christmas pandemic entices as minister admits omicron may force people to isolate

LAbour MP Lisa Nandy has said the party is moving north, not center-right, after a reshuffle in which Blairite’s former minister Yvette Cooper returned. Ms Cooper, who has chaired the Home Affairs Committee, was appointed shadow Home Secretary yesterday, while David Lammy was appointed shadow foreign minister and Wes Streeting was promoted to shadow health … Read more

French Prime Minister Boris Johnson offers EU migration deal after Channel deaths

These options have been rejected by France, which has the counter-proposal that the UK should allow asylum seekers’ applications to be processed in France and accept those approved to neutralize the incentive for people to cross the Channel in small boats. The proposal has been rejected by the UK. Instead, it turned out on Monday … Read more

British F-35 crashed into the sea after failing to take off, the leaked video reveals

An F-35 that crashed into the Mediterranean never managed to take off, footage has revealed. The leaked video shows the £ 100 million fighter jet accelerating up the ramp of the HMS Queen Elizabeth cockpit, only for the pilot to push out as soon as it reaches the top. Although the jet went directly into … Read more

Six Londoners arrested after Airbnb cocaine trafficking

Six Londoners have been arrested for operating a large international drug trafficking network in Antwerp out of a number of holiday homes, including Airbnbs. Belgian police seized more than 20 million pounds of cocaine and arrested British men aged 25 to 43, accused of importing large quantities of drugs through the port of Antwerp and … Read more

Five players who proved to Ralf Rangnick that they can be part of his Manchester United master plan

Scott McTominay It is unlikely that his central trio with Fred and Nemanja Matic will challenge Charlton, Best and Law as United’s ‘Holy Trinity’, but McTominay was an effective part of a low-key but fun destructive midfield for United. The main task was to disrupt the supply lines to Ruben Loftus-Cheek and Jorginho in the … Read more