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Britain's beaches were left covered in litter today after Health Secretary Matt Hancock warned they could be closed to prevent the resurgence of 

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Britain's beaches were left covered in litter today after Health Secretary Matt Hancock warned they could be closed to prevent the resurgence of coronavirus as the 92F heatwave triggered a frenzied rush to the seaside.

Workers and volunteers walked through mounds of rubbish, from takeaway boxes to drinks bottles, along the sand 카지노사이트쿠폰 in Bournemouth this morning, while piles of laughing gas canisters were also seen on the pavement. 

It came as thousands of Liverpool fans ignored social distancing to fill the streets outside Anfield after the club won the Premier League, as fireworks went off and fans waved flags, singing: 'We've gone and won the league.'

And police came under attack from revellers in London for the second night in a row, 카지노사이트주소 as officers tried to disperse crowds at an unlicensed music event in Notting Hill, and also had to shut down a similar gathering in Streatham. 

Police were also called to brawls in Bournemouth and Brighton as well as at Exmouth in Devon, Southend-on-Sea in Essex, Ogmore-by-Sea in South Wales and the Isle of Sheppey in Kent.

And today, a 32-year-old woman from Birmingham was arrested on suspicion of murdering two men at an outdoor lockdown party in Manchester.

In Bournemouth, a major incident was declared yesterday after 500,000 visitors overwhelmed Dorset, with the authorities activating an 'emergency response' after they clogged up roads and dumped tons of litter on beaches. 

Families once again headed down to the beach this morning to enjoy temperatures of up to 82F (28C) in southern England today, raising fears of a repeat of the chaos - before the weather turns later as thunderstorms sweep in.

Coastal beauty spots around the country saw drunken fights amid blatant flouting of social distancing rules by crowds of young revellers despite the country still being in lockdown to fight the spread of Covid-19. 

And Chief Medical Officer Chris Whitty stressed: 'If we do not follow social distancing guidance then cases will rise again. Naturally people will want to enjoy the sun but we need to do so in a way that is safe for all.' 

Bournemouth council leader Vikki Slade said local residents 'would love us to close the beaches', but they do not have the power to do so because people live along the 15 miles of coastline and it therefore 'just isn't practical'. 

There was also shocking violence against officers trying to end a party in Brixton on Wednesday night.

Police now fear widespread drunken disorder on July 4 - dubbed 'Super Saturday' - when pubs and 카지노사이트추천 restaurants can reopen. 

Temperatures hit 92.1F (33.4C) at London Heathrow Airport yesterday afternoon, making it Britain's hottest day of 2020 for the second consecutive day after the mercury got to 90.7F (32.6C) in the same spot on Wednesday. 

But a week of blazing sunshine and scorching heat is coming to end today, with thunderstorms and downpours sweeping into the country along with lightning, hail, flooding and up to 2in (50mm) of rain falling in an hour. 

A yellow weather warning is in place for most of England, Scotland and east Wales until 9am tomorrow.

Met Office forecaster Craig Snell said: 'Not everyone will see a storm, but if you catch one, you will certainly know about it.' 

The Environment Agency issued seven flood alerts, including five for near rivers in the West Midlands, as well as others for waterways around Loughborough in Leicestershire and the River Trent tributaries in Nottinghamshire.

Piles of litter on Brighton beach and seafront this morning which has been left behind by the crowds of visitors yesterday

Laughing gas canisters left on the promenade in Bournemouth this morning following the crowds of visitors yesterday

A worker collects discarded drinks bottles and cans along Bournemouth beach this morning after the crowds left yesterday

A view of Boscombe beach from Fisherman's Walk beach in Bournemouth this morning as families head back to the coast

A police car heads down towards Boscombe beach in Bournemouth this morning on another hot day for much of Britain

Workers clean up Bournemouth beach in Dorset this morning after 500,000 visitors flocked there in the heat yesterday

Three men sit on Bournemouth beach in Dorset this morning after hundreds of thousands of visitors headed there yesterday 

Bournemouth beach is cleaned after hundreds of thousands of people flocked there to enjoy the heat yesterday

Laughing gas canisters across a street at Bournemouth beach in Dorset following the huge crowds that went there yesterday

Litter pickers clean the area around Bournemouth beach in Dorset this morning following the chaotic scenes yesterday

w8media Bournemouth beach being cleaned after 1000's flocked their on Thursday during the record high temperatures

Bin containers are overflowing in Bournemouth this morning after the huge numbers of visitors to the resort yesterday

Bournemouth beach is cleaned this morning after an estimated 500,000 visitors flocked there yesterday

The first families arrive at Boscombe beach in Bournemouth this morning after the chaotic scenes witnessed yesterday

People pick up litter left on Bournemouth beach this morning which was overrun by huge crowds yesterday

Litter is strewn across the promenade in Bournemouth beach this morning as the clean-up effort continues

People pick up litter left on Bournemouth beach in Dorset this morning as the area prepares for further visitors

In Liverpool, 바카라사이트 police condemned the thousands of Liverpool fans who filled the streets outside Anfield after the club won the Premier League.

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