A united bid
THE Premier League is the envy of the footballing world.
We boast the best stadiums in Europe.
There is surely every reason to believe that UK and Ireland will be staging the Euros[/caption]
And there are no better places to watch footie than our packed pubs.
There is surely every reason to believe that come 2028 the UK and Ireland will be staging the Euros.
A unified bid bringing the Home Nations together is a mouth-watering prospect.
As the Prime Minister says, we will have the chance to create lasting memories for a future footballing generation.
It’s also an opportunity to make the summer of ’28 as glorious as those special days in ’66 and ’96.
Good luck to rival bid Turkey when the announcement is made in September.
But in their hearts, Uefa bosses know there can really only be one result.
It’s coming home.
SCOTLAND has long been profligate with Westminster’s money.
It’s a wholly idiotic plea for a Judicial Review over changes that were so hated by the public they helped topple Nicola Sturgeon.
So why would hapless new leader Humza Yousaf launch such a doomed enterprise?
Especially when only four per cent of the Scottish electorate believe gender reforms are a priority.
The answer is, surely, to deflect from the disastrous start he has made at the helm and quash plans already brewing to defenestrate him.
Fuel to the ire
THE suspicion that big business is using the excuse of the war in Ukraine to drive up prices is never more apparent than on our forecourts.
The average cost of a litre of diesel is now 21p more than for petrol despite wholesale costs being lower.
Fair Fuel UK estimates £1.3billion of price reductions have not been passed on to motorists.
Who will stop it?
IT’S always important to be there at the big moments in life – for the births, marriages and deaths.
A great shame thousands of his BMA colleagues are not working in hospitals this week to deal with the newborns and the dying.