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Hungary’s anti-gay law threatens programming of TV favourites

image copyrightFotos International/Getty Images There is growing international condemnation of a Hungarian law that bans the depiction or portrayal of homosexuality to those under 18. The controversy surrounds a single paragraph in an otherwise widely…

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How genius of Luka Modric sunk Scotland

Dates: 11 June-11 July. Venues: Amsterdam, Baku, Bucharest, Budapest, Copenhagen, Glasgow, London, Munich, Rome, Seville, St Petersburg. Coverage: Live on BBC TV, BBC Radio 5 Live, iPlayer and the BBC Sport website and app. Click…

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Euro 2020: Croatia 3-1 Scotland – Steve Clarke’s side undone at Hampden

With both sides knowing a win would grant passage to the last 16, Nikola Vlasic arrowed the World Cup finalists into an early lead to silence the national stadium in Glasgow. However, a thundering drive…

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Euro 2020: Uefa declines request to light up Allianz Arena in rainbow colours

Munich mayor Dieter Reiter made the request in protest against a new law in Hungary that bans the sharing of any content seen as promoting homosexuality and gender change to under-18s. Uefa says it denied…

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How Brexit could hit British drama exports

image copyrightGetty Images The UK may have departed the EU stage, but its sparkling film and TV productions keep winning over audiences across the continent and indeed the globe. Jewels such as The Crown and…

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Angela Merkel receives Moderna as second jab after AstraZeneca shot

More recently, following reports of rare blood clots in a small number of younger people who had the AZ vaccine, Germany recommended that under-60s who had already received a first dose of should have a…

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Vatican protests against ‘unprecedented’ Italian bill on homophobia

image copyrightGetty Images The Vatican has protested to Italy over a bill on homophobia currently passing through parliament. The Zan bill would punish discrimination and incitement to violence against the LGBT community, as well as…

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Spain pardons Catalan leaders over independence bid

Nine separatists were jailed over a failed 2017 independence bid, but the pardons are controversial.

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Spain pardons Catalan leaders over independence bid

image copyrightAFP The Spanish government has formally pardoned nine Catalan separatists who were convicted over a failed independence bid in 2017. The leaders were imprisoned after being found guilty of sedition in 2019. Three others…

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Roma street death was ‘No Czech Floyd’ say police

The Czech government backs police after a video shows an officer subduing a man by kneeling on his neck.

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