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European Under-17 Championship: Scotland lose to Denmark 3-1 in second group game

BBC Sport Friday, 20 May 2022
Watch highlights as Scotland lose their second game in Group D 3-1 to Denmark at the European Under-17 Championship.
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Long COVID Can Affect Children and Infants, Study Shows [Video]

Long COVID Can Affect Children and Infants, Study Shows

Long COVID Can Affect Children, and Infants, Study Shows. Long COVID Can Affect Children, and Infants, Study Shows. The study was published on June 22 in the journal 'The Lancet Child & Adolescent Health.'. The research included 44,000 children in Denmark ages zero to 14. Long COVID can cause symptoms such as headaches, mood swings and exhaustion. The study found those who had tested positive for COVID-19 were more likely to have long-term symptoms not present before testing positive. Researchers found common symptoms vary by age. . Mood swings, rashes and stomach aches were most common in children ages 3 and younger. Children ages 4 to 11 were prone to experience problems with concentration and memory. 12- to 14-year-olds most notably experienced mood swings and fatigue. Our findings align with previous studies of long COVID and adolescents showing that although the chances of children experiencing long COVID is low... , Selina Kikkenborg Berg, study co-author, via CNN. ... especially compared to the control group, it must be recognized and treated seriously. , Selina Kikkenborg Berg, study co-author, via CNN

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Christian Eriksen: Manchester United interested in Denmark midfielder

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Heavy police presence at Stade de France after Champions League final debacle [Video]

Heavy police presence at Stade de France after Champions League final debacle

Police thronged the Stade de France ahead of the France v Denmark match Friday, following last week's chaos at the Champions League final.

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Denmark votes to join EU common defence policy [Video]

Denmark votes to join EU common defence policy

The result of a referendum in Denmark on Wednesday shows voters overwhelmingly in favour of joining the EU's common defence policy 30 years after opting out

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Denmark to vote on Europe common defence opt-out in wake of Ukraine war [Video]

Denmark to vote on Europe common defence opt-out in wake of Ukraine war

Danes are voting in a referendum today on whether or not to scrap the country's opt-out of the European common defence policy

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Ukraine 0-4 Scotland: Scots with one foot in Women's World Cup play-offs

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Calvin Ramsay: Liverpool sign Aberdeen right-back for £4.2m

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PM: We should respect 2014 Scottish decision to stay in UK [Video]

PM: We should respect 2014 Scottish decision to stay in UK

Prime Minister Boris Johnson says both the UK and Scottish government should "respect" the vote to remain in the UK "only a few years ago" in 2014. He suggests it would be better if they remain focused on what the people of the UK "wants us to look at" including the "economic position" the country currently finds itself in. Report by Edwardst. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn

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Sturgeon: Time to talk about Scottish independence again [Video]

Sturgeon: Time to talk about Scottish independence again

Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon says that after "Covid, Brexit, Boris Johnson" it is time for Scotland to "talk about independence" again; eight years after the previous referendum vote. She claims that the Scottish Parliament elections of 2021 have given the SNP an "indisputable democratic mandate" to offer the Scottish people the right to choose again. She argues the UK government has "no respect for democracy" and they will move forward without a Section 30 order "if necessary". Report by Edwardst. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn

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World's Biggest 4-Day Work Week Trial Has Begun [Video]

World's Biggest 4-Day Work Week Trial Has Begun

World's Biggest 4-Day Work Week Trial , Has Begun . The pilot program is taking place in the U.K. and will last for six months. More than 3,000 employees across 70 companies will work four-day weeks while earning 100 percent of their salaries. The intention of the trial is to discern how viable it is for employees to maintain current productivity levels... . ... while working 80 percent of the standard work week. While employee advocates have called for rethinking the work week for years, . analysts say that the significant size of this trial is partly due to how the pandemic shifted the ways we work. The pandemic [has] made us think a great deal about work and how people organize their lives, Sienna O'Rourke, Pressure Drop Brewing, via CNN. Spokespersons for companies participating in the trial say their intentions center around employee well-being. We're doing this to improve the lives of our staff and be part of a progressive change in the world, Sienna O'Rourke, Pressure Drop Brewing, via CNN. Trials of this nature have been conducted before, . notably in Iceland where the results showed no drop in productivity and an increase in employee satisfaction. According to the CEO of the 4-Day Week U.K. Campaign, subsequent trials will occur this year in both Scotland and Spain. As we emerge from the pandemic, more and more companies are recognizing that the new frontier for competition is quality of life, , Joe O'Connor, 4-Day Week Global CEO, via CNN. ... and that reduced-hour, output-focused working is the vehicle to give them a competitive edge, Joe O'Connor, 4-Day Week Global CEO, via CNN

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