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Holiday homes for disabled people face closure due to England’s vaccines mandate

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Some of England’s only holiday homes for disabled people in care are facing closure due to the policy that means all staff must be fully vaccinated against coronavirus. The charity, Revitalise, said England’s vaccines...

Call for ‘new deal’ for England’s children as poll shows mental health concerns

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Forty per cent of girls aged 16 a 17 are unhappy with their mental health, more than double the rate for boys, according to a landmark report that calls for the “greatest investment possible” in catchup for schools a...

‘I wouldn’t do it’: England’s Wiegman and Stokes oppose plan for more World Cups

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The England Women manager, Sarina Wiegman, has cautioned against plans for a biennial World Cup because of the toll it would take on players. “I wouldn’t do it,” the former Netherlands head coach said before her team’...

England’s Danni Wyatt and Charlie Dean edge out New Zealand in second ODI

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The idea that someone could play 199 internationals for England, score two Twenty20 international hundreds and yet never hit a one-day international half-century on home soil might seem implausible. But Danni Wyatt wa...

Ministers to cut ‘red list’ countries by up to half to simplify England’s travel rules

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Ministers are to slash the number of “red list” countries by up to half as part of plans to simplify England’s rules for international travel, with sources claiming it would incentivise vaccination. The traffic light ...

England’s right-to-build laws are tokenistic and feeble – just ask the people of Totnes

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Among the most important democratic questions is how the land surrounding us is used. Is it providing homes we can afford, public services and green spaces, or is it being used by a few to impose damaging schemes on t...

England’s summer of frustration does not augur well for unique Ashes series

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During the discussions that preceded the postponement of England’s one-day series in South Africa last December, Tom Harrison is said to have sent an email to Ashley Giles, with their South African counterparts still ...

Southgate bears brunt of fine margins after England’s narrative distorted

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It was easy to imagine the gravelly tones of the voiceover from those epic Hollywood movie trailers. Everything was quiet in the England camp. A little too quiet. Gareth Southgate smiled when the notion was put to him...

Bank of England’s Saunders: inflation could force interest rate rise next year

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The Bank of England could be forced into action to raise interest rates next year if inflation remains persistently higher than expected, one of Threadneedle Street’s policymakers has said. Michael Saunders, one of ni...

Extreme views and conspiracism rising among England’s pupils, research finds

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Teachers are reporting a rise in extremist views and conspiracy theories among pupils, which they warn will be left to fester unless schools equip them with training and resources to tackle dangerous thinking and ideo...

‘I’m a cricketer, what makes me different?’ England’s black players on racism and exclusion

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En 1981, David “Syd” Lawrence played his debut season for Gloucestershire – a big deal for a 17-year-old, who had inherited his cricketing passion from his Jamaican father. He was sitting in his hotel room during his ...

Racism and disorder during England’s win in Hungary was completely preventable

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One of the many sad things about what unfolded during England’s game in Hungary on Thursday is that it was completely preventable. We knew at Kick It Out there was a high risk of racism and disorder, so Fifa must have...

England’s Ollie Pope misses chance to add to his average of 101 at the Oval

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England were on precisely 250 and Ollie Pope on 81 when the 23-year-old reached for a Shardul Thakur delivery and edged it into his stumps. It was his second-highest score for his country, an innings that carried his ...

England’s victory over Hungary marred by reports of racism in Budapest

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The Football Assocation has asked Fifa to investigate allegations of racist chanting towards England players during their 4-0 victory over Hungary in Budapest. Raheem Sterling was also targeted with missiles thrown by...

England’s Sophia Dunkley eager to face New Zealand and judge Hundred impact

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Sophia Dunkley says she is hopeful that the record crowds for women’s cricket during the Hundred will transfer into increased interest in England’s series against New Zealand, which begins on Wednesday with a Twenty20...

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