Euro 2020 host cities are ALL ready to allow some fans into stadiums

All 12 host cities at Euro 2020 have indicated to UEFA they will accommodate at least some fans at the tournament in the summer, ahead of a deadline to confirm numbers this week. Cities had been warned by UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin that they would lose their matches if they could not confirm supporters will … Read more

The world turns off for Earth Hour as cities across the planet mark the green initiative

Cities across the world have turned off their lights to mark this year’s Earth Hour during the pandemic. Famous landmarks went dark between 8.30pm and 9.30pm on Saturday as part of the international event organised by conservation charity the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) to urge action to save the planet.  It aims to highlight the … Read more

European Public Health Alliance calls for cities to BAN polluting cars

Cities across the UK ‘should restrict traffic’ and impose bans for the most emitting vehicles to most effectively tackle their high air pollution levels, a European health organisation has said today. In a new report it says the most effective way of reducing pollution is to restrict older models from cities, and charging drivers of … Read more

Covid UK: London, Manchester and other cities at risk of being ‘pockets’, SAGE adviser warns

Professor Andrew Hayward, a SAGE adviser, warned major cities could become Covid ‘pockets’ due to lower jab uptake rates  London, Manchester and other cities could face spikes in coronavirus cases because millions are refusing to get the vaccine, a top infectious diseases expert has warned. Professor Andrew Hayward, who sits on a committee advising SAGE, … Read more

London, Manchester and other cities are at risk of becoming Covid ‘pockets’, SAGE adviser warns

Professor Andrew Hayward, a SAGE adviser, warned major cities could become Covid ‘pockets’ due to lower jab uptake rates  London, Manchester and other cities could face spikes in coronavirus cases because millions are refusing to get the vaccine, a top infectious diseases expert has warned. Professor Andrew Hayward, who sits on a committee advising SAGE, … Read more

Renters are pouring back into cities ahead of lockdown easing. Should you move now for a cheap deal?

Demand for city centre living is on the rise, with renters now looking to take advantage of discounted rents as the nation prepares to exit lockdown. With an end to restrictions in sight, rental enquiries have been surging in some city centres according to new analysis by Rightmove. The research looked at the uplift in … Read more

MAFS’ Booka Nile and Brett Helling appear on Today Extra via a live cross from two different cities

Booka Nile and Brett Helling only tied the knot on Tuesday’s episode of Married At First Sight.  And already, the pair have raised eyebrows, after doing an interview on Today Extra on Wednesday from two different cities. The pair appeared on the show via a live cross, with Booka in Perth and Brett in Melbourne.  … Read more

Boris vows cities will ‘bounce back’ despite working from home rules potentially staying until JUNE

Boris vows cities will ‘bounce back’ despite working from home rules potentially remaining until JUNE under his lockdown roadmap – while the ‘Stay at Home’ slogan will be swapped for ‘Stay Local’ at the end of March PM said working from home should go on until social distancing review ends Roadmap reveals that is expected ‘ahead … Read more

Vlogger fined three times for breaching lockdown to travel to cities to film is refusing to pay

YouTube vlogger, 28, fined three times for breaching lockdown to travel to cities to film is refusing to pay because he says his work is ‘essential’ Marti Blagborough made trips to Lincoln despite living 70 miles away in Leeds Lincolnshire Police slapped him and a fellow vlogger with fines worth £200 He’s already challenging fines … Read more

US second-most surveilled country after China, with one camera for every five people in big cities

The US is the second-most surveilled country in the world after China, with one camera for every five people in major cities. A new report found that bigger US cities had an average of over 112,000 CCTV cameras, or about 2,200 for every 10,000 people. That was still dwarfed by China, which had 15,880,491 CCTV … Read more