Sri Lanka, Maldives, Dubai: Where Manchester City’s Stars Have Jetted Off to During the Premier League Winter Break

Originally, Manchester City had been planning on heading off on a warm-weather training camp in Abu Dhabi, as Pep Guardiola and his backroom staff looked for the best of both worlds: Good weather, and retaining sharpness. However, as a direct result of the Covid-19 pandemic, and concerns over the safety of players and staff, as … Read more

Manchester United have the clear advantage of showing Ralf Rangnick’s methods work – Tyrone Marshall

Departures at Manchester Airport were a happy place to be on Saturday night as several United players were heading towards the sunshine. A 13-day distance between the Premier League match with West Ham and the FA Cup in the fourth round with Middlesbrough allows for some rest and recreation, where the squad has been given … Read more

The most beautiful village ideal for country walks that you would not think is just a bus ride from London away

Not all of London has a built-up urban modernist spread. As the capital’s border has grown and shrunk since Greater London emerged almost 65 years ago, much of it could easily be considered straight out of the ‘chocolate box of England’. That is the case with Downe in the southern part of the borough of … Read more

What happens now that police are investigating allegations of Downing Street parties?

Scotland Yard has launched an investigation into potential breaches of coronavirus legislation at a “number of events” in Downing Street and Whitehall. But developments raise questions about what will happen as a result of the investigation. – What were the rules? The laws changed several times during the coronavirus pandemic as there were allegations of … Read more

Climate change threatens 22,500 British antiquities and buried treasures as peat bogs dry out, experts warn | UK News

About 22,500 sites of archaeological significance in Britain are threatened by climate change, British experts have warned. As changing weather patterns continue to dry out peatlands, the buried objects they contain can be destroyed. Due to peat soils that contain very little oxygen, organic materials such as wood, leather, textiles and even in some cases … Read more

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