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Boos drowned out by applause as England players take knee at Wembley
Cheers and applause quickly drowned out some boos as England players kneeled on Sunday in an anti-racism gesture at kick-off against Croatia in their Euro 2020 opener at Wembley. England players were shocked by jeering at the gesture from a minority of fans in two friendlies prior to the tournament. Manager Gareth Southgate, Prime Minister Boris Johnson and leading football figures had appealed for a stop to that.
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A number of supporters again booed England players taking a knee before Sunday’s Euro 2020 opener against Croatia at Wembley. The row over the anti-racism gesture has overshadowed England’s preparations for the tournament after a loud minority of fans booed before friendlies against Austria and Romania at the Riverside Stadium in Middlesbrough. England players have rejected the idea the gesture is a political act and Gareth Southgate has said booing feels like an attack on the black players in the squad.
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(Bloomberg) -- It’s the last day of the Group of Seven summit hosted on the southern English coast by U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson, with the final communique confirming a commitment to provide 1 billion extra doses of Covid-19 vaccines for other countries. It also, as expected, backs U.S.-led calls for a fresh probe of the origins of the pandemic.The statement presses China over human rights and urges Russia to hold to account groups carrying out ransomware attacks from its soil.After some
Hundreds of key workers gathered in Trafalgar Square to watch England v Croatia on Sunday. The area is a dedicated fan zone but is open only to key workers for first two England matches due to social distancing. Fans arrived draped in England flags and wearing official England shirts to cheer on Gareth Southgate’s men as they start their campaign.