· With 120 countries making masks compulsory in public, shouldn’t England? →
Lord Trenchard told the Observer that he thought Britain had not fully accepted the wearing of masks as a normal thing to do.
· Macron coronavirus crisis: Infections on rise in France as crucial R rate spikes above one →
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· The Latest: Las Vegas virus spike led NHL to 2 Canadian hubs →
Captain Tom was aged 99 in April when he decided to do laps of his backyard garden on his walker until his 100th birthday to fundraise for Britain’s National Health Service.
· ‘He’s one of us’: Jack Charlton, World Cup hero, honoured in Leeds →
Beyond West Yorkshire, Charlton would achieve greatness on the world stage, winning the World Cup with England in 1966, one half of Britain’s greatest sporting siblings with his younger brother, Bobby.
· Jamie Redknapp: Louise Redknapp’s ex opens up on tearful family moment 'Very emotional' →
Jamie opened up about tuning in to watch the heartwarming moment play out on screen in 2018 with his children during an interview on Good Morning Britain earlier this year.
· Meghan Markle and Prince Harry told to find new income source: ‘We don’t owe them a penny’ →
The Republic's CEO told Express.co.uk that there is no evidence that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding provided an economic boost for Britain.
· Architect takes on airport projects despite signing climate manifesto →
One of Britain’s most famous architects is under fire for agreeing to design an airport and terminal in Saudi Arabia despite signing a climate emergency manifesto that called for an “urgent need for action” on climate change.
· Twitter suspends dozens of white nationalist accounts that spread Christchurch shootings conspiracy theory →
Tarrant donated money to the Austrian branch of Generation Identity and exchanged friendly emails with its leader Martin Sellner, who has been banned from entering Britain and the US on security grounds.
· Hundreds visit Leeds United ground to remember Jack Charlton →
Beyond West Yorkshire, Charlton would achieve greatness on the world stage, winning the World Cup with England in 1966 as one half of Britain’s greatest pair of sporting siblings, the other being his younger brother Bobby.
· Leaders, survivors mark 25 years since Srebrenica massacre →
They included Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez, U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Britain’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Prince Charles.