With the lifting of restrictions uncertain, pubs and venues see rush for tickets to view games legally
When the England-Croatia match kicks off at Wembley on Sunday, for Gary it will be almost like the good old days when Corona was a brand of beer, Delta was a US domestic airline and PPE was something people studied at posh universities.
Gary and seven mates, plus a six-month-old baby, will gather round his 75-inch television to cheer on England with beers and burgers. Gary knows they will be breaking the law, which limits indoor gatherings to six people, but he’s comfortable with his own risk assessment.
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