BORIS Johnson has refused to rule out an 'emergency Bank Holiday' if England win Euro 2020 on Sunday night - but what does that mean for other UK nations?

Gareth Southgate’s Three Lions progressed to their first final since 1966 when they beat Denmark on Wednesday night after extra time.

England will face Italy at Wembley Stadium and kick off is not until 8pm on Sunday night, which could make work difficult for English fans who are watching and celebrating if their side were to win.

The Prime Minister is facing pressure to consider the one-off Bank Holiday Monday to mark what would be a historic occasion for England, though people elsewhere in the UK may not be so impressed.

Johnson, who watched the team's semi-final from Wembley's Royal box, said a last-minute a bank holiday would be "tempting fate".

But in the event that a bank holiday were granted, it would be expected to apply in Wales but not in Scotland.

A Welsh Government spokesperson confirmed that as bank holidays are not devolved to Wales it is up to the UK Government to decide whether people in the country would have the day off.

In Wales and England, bank holidays are granted by Acts of Parliament, whereas in Scotland it is the Chamber of Commerce which decides the days off.

Bank holidays in Scotland are very different, with only Christmas and New Year the same as Wales and England.

The Prime Minister's official spokesman said: "I don't want to pre-empt the outcome of Sunday's match. Clearly we want England to go all the way and win the final, and then we will set out our plans in due course.

"We will hopefully, when England go on to win, then go on to set out our plans."

It comes as a government source told the i that a full capacity 90,000-strong Wembley “cannot be ruled out” if England were to reach the final.

A UK Government adviser told the Times that while there were “big issues to overcome”, a full capacity stadium has not yet been axed.

They added: “It’s by no means certain Wembley will be full for the final, but there’s a growing feeling that this could be a moment we cannot let pass. It cannot be rule out."