England vs West Indies: Jofra Archer Out Of 2nd Test For “Breach Of Bio-Secure Protocols” | Cricket News

[ad_1] England’s Jofra Archer was ruled out of the second Test against the West Indies and sent into five days of isolation on Thursday for breaking “bio-secure protocols” aimed at stopping coronavirus infections, the England and Wales Cricket Board said. Both teams have been living in secure “bubble” sites at the Ageas Bowl, the venue […]

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England vs West Indies 1st Test Day 5 Live Cricket Today Updates: Ben Stokes Removes Shane Dowrich, Jermaine Blackwood Going Strong | Cricket News

[ad_1] Jermaine Blackwood brought up his 11th Test half-century on Sunday.© Twitter Jofra Archer’s two wickets gave West Indies early problems as it chases a modest target of 200 on the final day to win the first Test against England on Sunday. Archer removed Kraigg Brathwaite (4) and Shamarh Brooks (0), and Mark Wood added […]

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England vs West Indies 1st Test Live Cricket Today: England Look To Recover As Play Resumes After Rain Break | Cricket News

[ad_1] ENG vs WI Live Cricket Updates: Shannon Gabriel struck in his first over after COVID-19 break.© Twitter Rain delayed the start on Wednesday of the first Test between England and the West Indies at Southampton, the first international match since March. The eagerly anticipated fixture marks the sport’s global return from months of coronavirus-enforced […]

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Naked men and drunks: England assesses reopening of pubs as social distancing norms ignored

[ad_1] It seems to have been more like a typical Saturday night than a drunken New Year’s Eve. The reopening of pubs in England does not seem to have overwhelmed emergency services as many had feared ahead of the biggest easing of Britain’s lockdown. But one senior police officer said Sunday it was “crystal clear” […]

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Clothing factory in UK faces modern slavery probe

[ad_1] A clothing factory named Jaswal Fashions based in the eastern England city of Leicester faces a modern slavery investigation after an undercover reporter alleged sweatshop-like conditions and below minimum wage payments to its workers, many of them from India. According to ‘The Sunday Times’, its undercover reporter found that workers were being paid as […]

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Covid-19: Cops brace for NY Eve-type revelry as England set to reopen

[ad_1] Hospitals and police across England are preparing for New Year Eve-type revelry on Saturday when pubs, restaurants and other spaces are set to reopen amidst falling new coronavirus cases and some anxiety about a second peak in the near future. Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Friday urged Britons to ‘act responsibly’ when pubs reopen […]

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UK PM Johnson unveils easing of Covid-19 lockdown in England

[ad_1] British Prime Minister Boris Johnson unveiled on Tuesday a significant easing of the coronavirus lockdown in England, saying pubs, restaurants and bars can reopen from July 4 and people can meet more friends and family. Following are the main measures the prime minister announced: — Where it is not possible to stay 2 metres […]

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