Byron is launching a ‘Dribble Burger’ to kick off the start of the Euros

The long-awaited 2020 FIFA European Championships is finally taking place kicking off tonight and in light of the celebrations, Byron, the maverick burger restaurant, has announced something new. The launch is a stadium street food inspired special called the 'Dribble Burger' and it's available from today, until the end of the games (July 11). Eager Brits can get their hands

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Female politicians in the United States, Europe urge Facebook to protect women in politics

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Facebook Inc must step up and protect women in politics from threats of violence and sexism and hate on its platform, said a letter to the company from female members of the U.S. Congress such as House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and top female politicians from the European Union. Facebook has been heavily criticized for its decision to

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Hungarians continue protest over 'slave law'

Opposition parties and civil society groups are challenging the government’s recent labour law. Thousands of Hungarians went to the streets on Saturday to protest against a controversial labour law, dubbed “slave law”, which increases the amount of overtime that employers can request from 250 to 400 hours. Opposition parties and civil society groups are challenging the law: “I don’t want

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SPD members need a say over German coalition's fate, Scholz tells Spiegel

BERLIN (Reuters) – Germany’s Social Democrats (SPD) should involve rank-and-file members in a decision on whether to remain in the governing coalition led by Chancellor Angela Merkel’s conservatives, the center-left party’s most senior minister said. Finance Minister Olaf Scholz, who made the comments in extracts from an interview with news magazine Der Spiegel, stopped short of explicitly advocating a membership

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