England is in the Euro 2020 finals, it’s official. After their win against Denmark last night, they will take on Italy and the government is allegedly considering an extra bank holiday Monday if they win on Sunday.
Gareth Southgate’s team will take on Italy at 8 pm for a chance to win England’s first major tournament since the World Cup in 1966. With most of England ready to celebrate late into the night – Monday mornings could be a write-off at work.
Harry Kane fired home a rebound in extra-time after Kasper Schmeichel saved his penalty to put England ahead 2-1 putting us into the final this Sunday. The nation celebrated long into the night, after what was a tense, but great game of football.
The government may well have come up with a solution with an extra bank holiday on the cards, according to POLITICO. Many ministers and senior government officials think a national holiday on Monday is the best idea – though the timing and logistics could be a little challenging.
Many think a national holiday on Monday is the best idea when there is little prospect of any work getting done anyway – though the timing could prove to be logistically challenging.
Boris Johnson announced that pubs hours will be extended and pubs will be able to open until 11:15 pm on Sunday in case the game goes to extra time and penalties – so there are sure to be some sore heads in the morning.
Fingers cross that the bank holiday gets the go ahead! One thing we know for sure is – it’s coming home!