UK. The Conservative government and its Prime Minister Boris Johnson, weakened by months of corruption, are set to go to the polls this Thursday for a trial of local elections. The results of these thousands of local elections will be a measure of Conservative support across the country and an indicator of whether the Labor opposition is strong or not. According to the survey, Labor should win a majority of seats in England. In Scotland, they hope to win over the center-left Scottish National Party (SNP), Scotland’s largest party, and strengthen their hold in Wales. Beyond Boris Johnson, the UK’s long-term future could be in jeopardy in Northern Ireland, where the Electoral Province Assembly will renew the developed legislature. There are widespread indications that nationalist Sinn Fin will be the largest party, and that it will be the best first.
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Music. From his living room in California, Michael Polnaref will be giving an immersive show at the Palace in Paris from Thursday. Polnarovs It is a “distant piano-voice” experience lasting forty-five to fifty minutes. “I’ll be there with 360 degree screens,” the artist said in detail at RTL.
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Football. Reaching the first final of the Europa League Conference, Olympique de Marseille wants to reconnect with the history of European legends, against Feyenoord Rotterdam (first quarter: 2-3), Thursday (9pm) evening in the Europa League, she, a German voice. Marseilles, the 1993 Champions League winners, have since played in three C3 finals (1999, 2004, 2018), but never won. The new Europa League seems to fall within the scope of a club that confirms their desire to make a name for themselves on the conference charts for the first time. But Dimitri Payet’s teammates should have already eliminated Feyenoord, who won the first round in the Netherlands, with a double from Serial Deserres, the match ‘s top scorer (10 goals).
Furiyani’s play. This Thursday marks the thirtieth anniversary of the “worst tragedy in French sports” on May 5, 1992, when a stand collapsed at Furiyani Stadium in Bastia, Corsica, killing 19 people and injuring 2,357. In the region, peace prevails. Ironically, OM will play in the European Cup, with all French matches frozen on May 5.
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