Not THE Scorpions!This group called the Scorpions, is not the wonderful German band, who happen to be my favourite group ever! But these aren’t bad! They come from Manchester, and were formed in the 1960s. At least I found a group in an English Pub! This is the type of music usually found in a traditional English Pub every weekend. Some are good, some are bad and some are appalling! But I would definitely go and see these..
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This is one from St. Bonifatius. A lovely place!!! If you are near Frankfurt took me about 45 minutes via train ride to get to Wiesbaden wonderful place to visit for some photos!!!. Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden outlined stage three of the government’s elite and professional sport guidance on Saturday, saying competitive sport can return without spectators under strict health criteria.British sport has been suspended since March as part of the country’s response to the novel coronavirus pandemic.There has been no horse racing since March 18 at any of Britain’s 59 courses, but action will resume with a meeting at Newcastle on Monday.The first major sporting event in Britain since the lockdown will be the classic 2,000 Guineas flat race next Saturday at Newmarket.Royal Ascot will start on June 16, also without crowds.”This is an important stage towards a complete return for our industry and will help protect livelihoods and businesses,” BHA Chief Executive Nick Rust said.”The timing is crucial for the breeding sector and we thank the government and officials at DCMS (Department for Digital, Culture, Media Sport) and Public Health England for their assistance in planning a safe return to racing.”There is still a tough battle ahead before we can get fully back in business but this is a resilient and world leading industry and we are ready for the task.”Horse racing will adopt a three stage screening process in order to comply with the government guidelines.Those working at the course will undergo medical checks before departure and on arrival, social distancing officials will be in place and no spectators will be allowed.The Jockey Club said the resumption of horse racing was a huge boost to an industry worth around four billion pounds ($4.94 billion).”The lockdown has been an incredibly hard period for our industry and it will be a long road back to recovery,” Group Chief Executive Delia Bushell said.”Across British Racing, a huge amount of planning, effort and care has gone into ensuring we are ready to resume fixtures in the most responsible way.”(Reporting by Martyn Hermanl; Editing by Ken Ferris)AFP NewsBacklash against Trump exiting WHO as world virus cases top 6 mnUS President Donald Trump faced a broad backlash on Saturday over severing ties with the UN health agency during a pandemic, as coronavirus cases worldwide topped 6 million and infections surged in Latin America. The EU urged Washington to reconsider its decision to permanently cut funding to the World Health Organization over its handling of the pandemic, which has killed more than 366,000 people and devastated the global economy. “Now is the time for enhanced cooperation and common solutions,” the European Union said in a statement, adding: “Actions that weaken international results must be avoided.”AFP NewsAfghan reporter killed as govt says ready for Taliban dialogueA roadside bomb killed a television journalist in Kabul on Saturday, soon after a top Afghan official appointed to lead peace talks with the Taliban said his team was ready for the long delayed dialogue.