Taken from the BBC website -
Gatherings in public are generally banned in England but, at the same time, the rules recognise there are "reasonable excuses" to be outside.
But the law doesn't specify whether a demonstration on a major issue of public importance - such as this vigil - is one of...
Even though it’s 50 years since he played for us it’s obvious on this board how revered he is. I doubt anyone has ever said a bad word about him and no surprise he was nominated as an all time Newcastle great
In Manchester on several occasions people have gathered in their hundreds for wakes and funerals for members of the criminal fraternity with not a mask in sight. The police decided to do nothing about it.
Meanwhile a group of women hold a vigil by and large wearing masks and observing social...
Maybe she should have asked how, given her aversion to racism she ended up married to Harry who is not averse to a bit of racism himself. Remember ”my little Paki friend” comment. And not forgetting his nazi costume at a natives and colonials fancy dress party
It seems to me like double standards that she sued the Daily Mail for breach of privacy for publishing a letter effectively dishing the dirt on her and her fathers relationship then goes on TV dishing the dirt on her in laws
I doubt very much they can guarantee there will be no further injuries especially given the amount of games we have to play to catch up, any more than they could arrange for the weather to come to our rescue now. If there is a problem with the pitch it will only come to light when we have the...
To write that you have to think it. What must he think if something serious happens. The pictures not that clear but it doesn’t look like a kid to me. If you have anger management issues you should stay away from social media