Keir Starmer’s remarks on potential Bank Holiday if England triumph at Euros while King Charles issues request – Mirror Online

The Three Lions are set to take on Spain in the final on Sunday evening in Berlin, a game that Starmer will attend. And it appears that Starmer would be on board with the idea.

Asked if there will be an extra day off if England win on Sunday, he said: “We should certainly mark the occasion, I don’t want to jinx it. I went to the last Euros final, I don’t want to go through that again.

I don’t want to jinx anything but we must mark it in some way. The latter told reporters the Three Lions’ success was “all because of the Prime Minister”.

Starmer then replied: “Not lost a game under a labour government.”

A reporter asked: “Is football coming home, Prime Minister?” to which he quickly retorted: “It looks like it.” Should England get a bank holiday if they win the Euros? Gareth Southgate’s men will certainly hope for better luck this time around.

Taking to Twitter after Wednesday’s victory over the Netherlands, Starmer wrote: “What a game @England and what a winner. England deserves the chance to celebrate a once in a generation event.

He wrote: “My wife and I join all our family in wishing you the warmest congratulations on reaching the final of the U.E.F.A. European Championship – and in sending our very best wishes for Sunday’s match.

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