With 30 days before the tournament begins, it is uncertain whether crowds will be able to attend games outside England due to Covid restrictions.
Wales and Scotland face having to play their home games behind closed doors while attendances in France and Ireland are capped at 5,000. Organisers were yesterday discussing the options with Government officials across the six nations.
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RONALDO IS BLAMED FOR CLUB BEING DISUNITED
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Flap on to save 'clowns of sea'
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Windfall tax on oil will at least ease cost of living pain
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Covid was four times deadlier than the flu
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Strictly no screens
Show drops judges' Covid barriers after Anton's request
Mendy in court over sex claims
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Brimful of love for her polo Prince
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The Sleeping Pilot
IN JULY OF 1943, it was the same as now: sunshine was a treasured commodity in Oxfordshire, England. So, even in the middle of a war, when the sun came out and the guns were quiet, young men would do the natural thing and enjoy it in the most natural of ways: with an afternoon nap. The war be damned.
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