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Israel’s Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu has said that Israel is “still in the midst of this operation, it is still not over and this operation will continue as long as necessary”. During the violence, which started on Monday, at least 41 children have been killed, which makes 30% of the total death toll. The efforts of the US and UN to de-escalate the situation are still yet to show any hope of progression.

The latest market recovery data from CGA and AlixPartners has revealed that 9.7% of restaurants will not be opening their doors again after the hospitality sector welcomes customers in June. Graeme Smith, Managing Director of AlixPartners said “the main challenge for restaurants, in comparison to pubs, is that the restaurants all tend to be leased premises – they all have landlords and rent to pay”. Despite more optimistic estimations of the UK economy bouncing back after the pandemic, it is clear that the hospitality sector will need a helping hand from the government to properly get back to its feet.

Having never previously won the FA Cup, Leicester City crowned themselves the winners of the competition, after the score of 0-1 against Chelsea. They were cheered on by their 21,000 fans attending the game. Brendan Rogers, manager, said “I’m very proud. It’s a historical day for the football club, winning the FA Cup for the first time in their history, and clearly a special day”

A gas explosion has reportedly destroyed three terraced houses in Heysham, Lancashire. Lancashire fire said they had been called at 2:30am this morning and were searching a collapsed property. It has now been revealed that a child has died, and four adults are injured. 

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