Euro 2020: London fans ‘gutted’ but ‘proud’ after England lose final to Italy
12 July 2021 | 3:40 pm
England supporters who gathered in London to watch the Euro 2020 final say they're "gutted" about the team's defeat to Italy on penalties, but "proud of them" for getting so far in the tournament.
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The Anglican Church is one of a global group of signatories to sharply criticize a decision by the Church of England to allow the blessing of same-sex couples.
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