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Author: Plumbers Copthorne

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionIt’s been a very different Proms season this year. Here are some of the highlights. A subdued version of The Last Night of the Proms has been held in London, after a row over Rule, Britannia! threatened to overshadow the event. It saw a pared-down version of […]

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West Ham Women have moved to Dagenham’s ground this summer The planned crowd pilot at West Ham’s Women’s Super League match against Arsenal is to go ahead as planned. Up to 1,000 supporters will be allowed into Dagenham’s Chigwell Construction Stadium on Saturday. Test events planned for a League Two match at Cambridge United and […]

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Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Councils are considering cutting services after months of increased costs due to the coronavirus pandemic Leisure centre closures, tax hikes and bus services cuts are all being considered as UK councils grapple with the costs of the coronavirus crisis. Councillors say they face “difficult financial decisions ahead” as they […]

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Image copyright PA Media Rail firms are reassuring travellers major efforts have been taken to ensure their safety as services increase. More trains in England, Wales and Scotland began running from Monday as schools reopen and people are encouraged to return to work. Rail firms say services are at 90% of pre-pandemic levels, although passenger […]

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Image copyright EPA Image caption Dominic Cummings drove 260 miles to County Durham with his wife and child during the lockdown A doctor who quit in protest at Dominic Cummings’ controversial trip to Durham said all royalties from a book he wrote about his Covid-19 experiences will go to charity to support NHS workers. In […]

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Image copyright Reuters Prioritising coronavirus testing in high-risk areas has led to shortages in other places, leading to some people with symptoms being asked to drive more than 100 miles for a swab. The government says areas with fewer Covid-19 cases have had their testing capacity reduced to cope with outbreaks elsewhere. But public health […]

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Cameron Norrie had been on the receiving end of five-set defeats in his previous two Grand Slam matches Britain’s Cameron Norrie fought back from two sets down to earn a memorable win over Argentine ninth seed Diego Schwartzman on day one of the US Open. Norrie, ranked 76th, looked set for a routine defeat before […]

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Community Shield Highlights: Arsenal victorious after penalty shootout win over Liverpool Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scored a superb goal and netted the winning penalty in a shootout as Arsenal beat Premier League champions Liverpool in the Community Shield at an empty Wembley Stadium. Liverpool striker Rhian Brewster, brought on in stoppage time, hit the crossbar with his […]

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Image copyright Google Image caption Officers forced their way into a property in Lockesfield Place, Isle of Dogs A mother and her seven-year-old son have been found dead at their home in east London. The Met Police said the pair had been identified as Yulia Gokcedag, 35 and her son Timur. Post-mortem tests have been […]

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Inside the ‘world’s greatest’ Sunday league team Thousands of fans, Champions League experience and a global audience – SE Dons are a Sunday League football team with a difference. The team from south-east London has more than 175,000 subscribers on its YouTube channel and hs sold more than 10,000 replica shirts. Their following on the […]

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