RBritish loyalty. Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee continues with a second day of celebrations. The royal family is due to attend a mass on Friday morning that will give thanks to the sovereign at Saint Paul’s Cathedral. But the main interested party will not be present at this ceremony after having felt “a certain discomfort”. “The Queen very much enjoyed the parade for her birthday today (Thursday) and the flypast, but she felt some discomfort,” the palace said in a statement.
Policy. The campaign for the legislative elections continues for the various parties involved. The acting president of RN Jordan Bardella will be traveling to Donnemarie-Dontilly in Seine-et-Marne while Bruno Le Maire will support the majority candidates in Dijon.
Social. Several months after the controversy over living conditions in Orpea nursing homes, the employees of around fifteen establishments of the group began a strike movement. The unions denounce the non-payment of the profit-sharing bonus, amounting to 700 euros.
Stade de France. Six days after the Champions League final fiasco, football is back in Saint-Denis. The French football team will face Denmark in the Nations League in front of nearly 79,000 spectators. The authorities are betting on a reinforced security system so as not to repeat the deviations of the previous week. 1,700 law enforcement officers are expected to be on site. The FFF will deploy 1,270 security guards, against 1,650 on Saturday May 28.