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Coronavirus: the British government tightens the screws, pubs under curfew
© Provided by Le Point Curfew at 10 p.m. for pubs, return to telework ... British Prime Minister Boris Jonhson tightened the restrictions on Tuesday in force to contain an epidemic of the new coronavirus reaching a "dangerous turning point" and avoid resorting to "more drastic" measures.
But leave him alone!
Announced on the start every offseason due in particular to a relatively high market value, Morgan Sanson has no intention of leaving OM. “At each transfer window, my name is mentioned, I don't know why , the Olympian midfielder was surprised at a press conference on Thursday. I am focus here. There is the Champions League, it's something that I want to discover and be successful in this competition. We have the manpower to do something. Why go away? "
Opposed to Metz on Saturday for the fifth day of Ligue 1, André Villas-Boas' men will then know their opponents next week for the Champions League group stage. A busy schedule for which the club hopes above all to be armed despite delicate finances. “A fourth recruit is , also commented Sanson, while Luis Henrique is expected in the Old Port. There are not many departures because we have big deadlines coming up. »
Morgan from you, Marseille.
An iconic Black Lives Matter photograph for auction at Sotheby's .
© Courtesy of Sotheby's Misan Harriman's photograph, "Why is Ending racism a debate?", Could reach 5,000 pounds at Sotheby's. An image that has been around the world. Misan Harriman distinguished himself in the world of photography with his black and white portrait of a young activist demonstrating in London in support of the Black Lives Matter movement. After igniting social networks, this poignant photograph will be auctioned on October 7 at Sotheby's.