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June 21, 2024

Netherlands v France: Euro 2024 latest – live

Updates from the 8pm BST Group D game in LeipzigRead Euro 2024 Daily | Player interactive | Email LukeAustria’s win means there are now three teams on three points in Group D:Austria have beaten Poland 3-1: Continue reading...
June 21, 2024

Netherlands vs France: Lineups announced – Mbappe starts on the bench

June 21, 2024

Poland 1-3 Austria: Euro 2024 – live reaction

Updates from the 5pm BST kick-off in BerlinRead Euro 2024 Daily | Player interactive | Email BarryRobert Lewandowski is only fit for the Poland bench but Pawel Dawidowicz is back in the team after recovering from injury. The Hellas Verona defender became the subject of much derision for a preposterously theatrical dive he made to win a penalty against Turkey in Poland’s final warm-up game ahead of this competition.Other Poland changes: Bartosz Slisz and Jakub Pitrowski also come into the midfield, and in terrible news for those of us tasked with typing minute-by-minute reports of Poland games, Krzysztof Piatek is up front alongside Adam Buksa. Sebastian Szymanski, Bartosz Salamon and Kacper Urbanski drop to the bench.Referee: Halil Umut MelerReferee’s assistants: Alper Ulusoy and Emre EyisoyFourth official: Rade ObrenovicVideo assiistant referee: Paolo Valeri Continue reading...
June 21, 2024

Mould could have caused death of Mansfield council tenant, 52, coroner rules

Jane Bennet died of lung disease after complaining eight times to the local authority about her mould-ridden bungalow Exposure to toxic mould could have been a factor in the death of a Mansfield woman who made multiple complaints to her local council about the condition of her home before she died, a coroner has ruled.“Fun and bubbly” Jane Bennett, 52, died of lung disease on 8 June 2023 during her fourth hospital admission in a month for breathlessness and a cough, which Bennett thought was linked to mould in her home. Continue reading...
June 21, 2024

Beach days, raves and flax fields: Milan men’s fashion week spring/summer 2025: the highlights – in pictures

From a rave at Martine Rose and trompe l’oeil accessories at Prada to lucid dreams at JW Anderson, Milan fashion was in a playful mood for next summer Continue reading...
June 21, 2024

Election Extra: hope (within reason) – podcast

Labour has begun to hint that its ambitions in government will go beyond what it has promised in its manifesto, and sources have told the Guardian of plans to look at redrawing wealth taxes. Archie Bland reports Continue reading...
June 21, 2024

Olaf Scholz: giving young voters hope is best way to win them back from far right

Speaking at a summit in Berlin, the German chancellor said it was necessary to address young people’s anxietiesThe best way to win back young voters from the far right is to give them hope, security and respect so that everyone “from an untrained Amazon worker” to “Elon Musk’s son” can live without fear of the future, the German chancellor has said.After young people voted for the far right in large numbers at the recent European parliamentary election, Olaf Scholz said it was necessary to closely address their anxieties. Continue reading...
June 21, 2024

Focus on ravines as search for British tourist Jay Slater continues in Tenerife

Friends of 19-year-old bricklayer voice frustration but rescue workers say they have not yet given up Above a lush and rugged valley in Tenerife’s Rural De Teno national park, a police officer from Spain’s civil guard surveys the landscape with binoculars.A few hundred yards below, members of the Canary’s civil defence force in orange hi-vis jackets are searching further into the valley close to where the British tourist Jay Slater disappeared five days ago. Continue reading...
June 21, 2024

The Guardian view on Israel and Hezbollah: the gathering storm endangers the region | Editorial

A conflict that no one wants – least of all Lebanon – looks closer than ever as rhetoric hardensAntony Blinken spelled out the paradox when he spoke in Washington on Tuesday. Despite the rapidly escalating rhetoric, and the clashes along the Israel-Lebanon border, the US secretary of state insisted: “I don’t think any of the potential belligerents actually want to see a war or conflict spread. I don’t believe Israel does. I don’t believe Hezbollah does. Lebanon certainly doesn’t because it would suffer the most. I don’t believe that Iran does. And yet you have momentum potentially in that direction.”This week, the Israeli foreign minister, Israel Katz, said a decision on an all-out war with Hezbollah was coming soon, and generals said their plans for an offensive into Lebanon were signed off. Hezbollah published drone footage of Israeli sites including key infrastructure in Haifa, and its leader, Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah, warned of a war “without rules or ceilings”. Continue reading...
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