Easyjet will fly 135,000 lockdown-weary Brits to 80 locations

Escape to the sun! Easyjet will fly 135,000 lockdown-weary Brits to more than 80 locations as airports and airlines enjoy BUSIEST weekend after lifting of isolation rules Airports expecting busiest weekend of the year so far as schools close and Britons head to sunnier climes Most popular foreign destination is

Embassies encouraged to fly BLM flag on anniversary of George Floyd

US embassies in Greece, Spain, Cambodia and Bosnia fly BLM flags after leaked State Department memo encouraged promotion of the group on first anniversary of George Floyd’s death The leaked memo encouraged diplomatic posts to mark the anniversary It suggests raising the BLM flag or using the term in speeches

Birmingham fans fly plane demanding chief exec Xuandong Ren 'must go' during game at Watford

BIRMINGHAM CITY fans flew a plane over Vicarage Road during their game against Watford on Saturday with a message insisting chief executive Xuandong Ren 'must go'. Ren has come under heavy criticism from Blues fans since the appointment of Aitor Karanka last summer. The Spanish coach, who was sacked last

Fly the flag for the UK and support homegrown brands by buying British fashion – The Sun

THERE is no time like the present to support the British fashion industry. While shops have been closed for more than two months, there is news that non-essential stores might reopen from June, with social-distancing restrictions. But the already-struggling High Street has been dealt a huge blow during lockdown. Retail

Martial law rumors fly during coronavirus pandemic

Defense Secretary Esper on military’s role in fight against coronavirus Secretary of Defense Mark Esper joins ‘Fox & Friends’ to discuss the DOD’s role in helping Americans and says it’s ‘absurd’ for China to blame the U.S. military for the spread of COVID-19. Get all the latest news on coronavirus

Jack Leach to fly home from England’s tour of South Africa after struggling to recover from life-threatening sepsis – The Sun

JACK LEACH is to fly home from South Africa because of sickness — amid fears over his long-term health. It comes as England team medics revealed for the first time that Leach contracted sepsis — a potentially life-threatening infection — on the recent tour of New Zealand. The Somerset spinner