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Slovakia were solid and well-organised defensively, however, and kept England's forwards at bay although they needed their goalkeeper Adrian Chovan to be sharp and tip over James Ward-Prowse's curling free kick moments before the half-time break.
England returned for the second period full of renewed confidence, and it paid off when Boothroyd's men restored parity through Mawson in the 50th minute.
The authority warned Slovakian media that according to a 1995 law, the country which comprises England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Island can only be called the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, or simply United Kingdom, the Associated Press reports.
The law effectively banned the use of "Britain" and "Great Britain" when referring to the country.
But his five-bedroom home, which he bought in 2002 for £320,000 near Chepstow racecourse in rural Monmouthshire, was not discreet.
The Geodesy, Cartography and Cadastre Authority of the Slovak Republic, a state institution which oversees this field of geography, has the power to issue a fine of €6,600 (£5,600) to anyone who uses the term in public office or in a professional setting.Buoyed by their own comeback win over Poland on Friday, Slovakia were first to score when Martin Chrien headed in a corner in the 23rd minute before England restored parity when Alfie Mawson tapped in from close range shortly after the break.Southampton's Redmond, however, had the last say after his strike took a deflection and flew into the net in the 61st minute to keep Aidy Boothroyd's side in the competition, who now top Group A with four points, one more than Slovakia.But their relationship quickly became turbulent as she threw tantrums, flew into jealous rages and constantly checked his computer and mobile phone.When he dumped her – and began dating an even younger model – she spiralled out of control, shooting him dead at his Spanish villa. The former body builder, who worked out with a personal trainer twice a week, wore designer labels and had a permanent tan, lived in the sleepy Welsh market town of Chepstow.
Justice: In a statement outside court in Malaga, Mr Bush's daughter Ellie (pictured left holding his sister Rachel's hand), said: 'She's finally got a little bit of what she deserves after what she's put this family through'Now the family are just left to rue the day the jeweller set eyes on the seductive swimwear model four years ago.