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It's worst year ever for Japanese knotweed

Deep in the jungle undergrowth, the pretty lime-coloured leaves of the Japanese knotweed offer welcome shade on a blisteringly hot sunny day in rural Buckinghamshire. It is no wonder that wealthy Victorian landowners fell in love with this exotic plant, adding the fashionable ornamental species to their botanical gardens. Yet...
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Trump changed the date of his 'Juneteenth' rally last year after a black Secret Service agent told him it was 'very offensive' to hold gathering on day commemorating the end of slavery in the US, new book claims

President Donald Trump changed the date of a political rally last year after a black Secret Service member told him holding it on Juneteenth was 'very offensive.'. The revelation comes the same week that current President Joe Biden signed Juneteenth into law as an official federal holiday. Juneteenth commemorates the...
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'Today is a day to cry but we have to turn it around': Portugal manager Fernando Santos disappointed after his side's 4-2 loss to Germany but says his side need to display the 'same fighting spirit' against Hungary

Portugal manager Fernando Santos say it's a 'day to cry' for the nation but says his side need to show the same fighting spirit going forward after their 4-2 loss to Germany. Cristiano Ronaldo gave Portugal the lead after just 15 minutes, but own goals by Ruben Dias and Raphael Guerriero gave Germany a 2-1 lead going into half-time.
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Arizona police shoot driver, 35, after he plowed his Ford F150 into a group of racing cyclists and fled - with four of the seven who were taken to hospital in a critical condition

Arizona police have shot a 35-year-old male suspect after he plowed his pickup truck into a group of around 50 cyclists during a benefit race, leaving seven victims hospitalized. The incident unfolded about 7:25 am local time while people were taking part in the Bike the Bluff charity race in...
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Millie Bobby Brown and boyfriend Jake Bongiovi hold hands as they step out as a couple for the first time in NYC

Millie Bobby Brown and her boyfriend Jake Bongiovi looked blissfully happy as they affectionately held hands on their first public outing as a couple on Wednesday. The lovebirds, who fueled romance rumors earlier this month after the 19-year-old son of rocker Jon Bon Jovi shared a car selfie with the actress, looked inseparable while strolling the streets of New York City side-by-side with her poodle Winnie.
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A top-speed of 19mph and a 97m sprint from box to box: Fans purr over Cristiano Ronaldo's 'absolutely sensational' Portugal opener against Germany... with 36-year-old showing no signs of slowing down

Cristiano Ronaldo sent fans into a frenzy as he rolled back the years with his stunning opening goal against Portugal on Saturday. The 36-year-old showed no signs of slowing down when he started, and finished, a quick, counter-attacking move to break the deadlock inside the Allianz Arena. With Germany dominating...
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France blame intense afternoon heat in Budapest, the dry pitch and the raucous 61,000 capacity crowd in the Puskas Arena for their dismal draw with Hungary as manager Didier Deschamps admits his players wanted water breaks every FIVE minutes

France blamed the sultry afternoon heat, the raucous crowd and the dry pitch as the world champions came unstuck against Hungary. 'I'm not trying to make excuses but it's a reality,' said boss Didier Deschamps. 'High temperatures in mid-afternoon, we're talking 35-36 degrees. The players were asking for water-breaks every five minutes.
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PLAYER RATINGS: Robin Gosens and Kai Havertz light up the Allianz Arena as Germany ease past Portugal... but Bruno Fernandes was very quiet by his high standards in a thrilling Group F encounter

Germany threw Euro 2020 Group F wide open with a devastating attacking performance to beat Portugal 4-2. Cristiano Ronaldo scored against the run of play, before two own goals in five minutes turned the tide at the Allianz Arena on Saturday. The superb Kai Havertz and Robin Gosens extended Germany's...
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'Someone needs to tell him he is 3-1 DOWN!': ITV commentator Lee Dixon takes a swipe at Bruno Fernandes for a lacklustre performance in midfield... with the Manchester United star guilty of giving the ball away for Germany's fourth goal

Lee Dixon has slammed Bruno Fernandes for lacking urgency as Portugal trailed Germany 3-1 - before the Manchester United midfielder played a wayward pass that set Joachim Low's men on their way for a fourth goal. The Red Devils star featured for virtually the entire 90 minutes against Hungary for...
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'One decade down, forever to go': England footballer Harry Maguire and fiancée Fern Hawkins share loved-up throwback snaps as they celebrate their 10 year anniversary

Harry Maguire and his fiancée Fern Hawkins marked their 10 year anniversary with a series of loved-up throwback snaps on Saturday. The England footballer, 28, took to Instagram to share a sweet image of the couple, while his partner Fern, 26, shared a plethora of photos of the pair throughout the years.
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Roberto Mancini claims Wales are like STOKE because they are 'physical' and a 'tough nut to crack'... but Italy boss concedes Gareth Bale and Co have the quality to cause a Euro 2020 upset in Rome in final group game

Italy coach Roberto Mancini compared Wales to Stoke City ahead of the two teams' European Championship clash in Rome on Sunday, while also insisting Robert Page's men possess enough technical ability to worry the Azzurri. Mancini spent three-and-a-half years as Manchester City manager between 2009 and 2013, during which time...
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'Stop! He has a family': Social media reacts to outrageous piece of skill from Cristiano Ronaldo on Germany's Antonio Rudiger after clipping the ball over the defender's head and passing it to his team-mate with a no-look flick

Cristiano Ronaldo produced an outrageous piece of skill to embarrass Germany's Antonio Rudiger in their Euro 2020 clash in Munich. The 36-year-old scored his third goal of the tournament to put Portugal into a 1-0 lead in their second group game of the tournament. But while his goal was a...
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Teenagers in rush for Covid jab as 700,000 vaccines are booked on the first day for those aged 18 to 20 with thousands queuing up at football stadiums turned into mass vaccination centres

Over 700,000 Covid vaccination appointments were booked on the first day the jab programme was opened up to 18, 19 and 20-year-olds. A stunning 721,469 appointments were made by people in England through the national booking service on Friday, more than 30,000 an hour or more than eight every second.
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Rio Ferdinand says Harry Kane should be replaced at half time against the Czech Republic if things don't improve for the England striker as he awaits his first shot on target in a lacklustre start to the tournament

Rio Ferdinand thinks Harry Kane should be given the first half against Czech Republic to prove himself and be replaced if he doesn't improve on his desperately disappointing start to Euro 2020. Kane has only mustered three shots in the Three Lions' opening two Group D matches against Croatia and...