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Articles from Daily Mirror (London, England) (July 10, 2020)

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Android users should delete these 11 dangerous apps now, experts warn; Researchers from Check Point have warned about 11 apps that can infect your smartphone with dangerous malware. By, Shivali Best 378
Apple apps crashing on iPhones for confused users after Spotify goes down; Several confused users have reported apps crashing on their iPhones today, although the reason for this remains unclear. By, Shivali Best 159
Avoidable deaths are three times higher in the most deprived parts of England; Avoidable deaths for men were 553 per 100,000 in the poorest 10% of areas -compared to just 152 in the richest, ONS figures show. By, Dan Bloom 419
Bad Education review: Hugh Jackman delivers 'layered' and 'sympathetic' film villain; Cory Finley directs Hugh Jackman and Allison Janney in a comedic but empathetic true story of financial abuse and corruption. By, Lewis Knight 591
Bar praised for 'best sign ever' explaining why they won't serve people without face masks; A sign put up in the window of a business explaining why they're refusing to serve people who won't wear a face mask has gone viral on social media. By, Courtney Pochin 480
Black man 'left concussed and with hair ripped out' during 'attempted lynching' in park; The FBI has confirmed it is investigating an attack on Vaughxx Booker at Lake Monroe, Indiana, on July 4, in which a group of five white men beat him against a tree -with one shouting "get a noose". By, Ryan Merrifield 533
Boris Johnson turns down EU vaccine scheme over 'fear of delays'; Government sources believe taking part in the scheme could delay the rollout of a vaccine by six months -but they've been accused of putting 'ideology over public health'. By, Mikey Smith & Oliver Milne 254
Boy, 7, sends Queen handmade word search in case she's lonely during lockdown; Timothy Madders' "happiness word search" included hidden words "smile", "family", "holiday" and "sunshine" which he hoped would cheer Her Majesty up during lockdown. By, Sam Russell & Kelly-Ann Mills 366
BREAKING Champions League quarter-final and semi-final ties confirmed; Manchester City, Barcelona, Bayern Munich and Paris Saint-Germain are seen as the favourites for the tournament ahead of it resuming next month, with the final stages in Lisbon. By, Mark Jones 313
Brit teacher on 'brink of death' on day 40 of hunger strike against hotel chain; John Shepherd, 62, has been embroiled in a battle with the Marriott hotel chain since 2008 after a car park was built next to his flat in Bangkok, Thailand. By, Neil Murphy 503
Bruno Fernandes might not take Man Utd's next penalty after he ignored warning; Bruno Fernandes maintained his perfect record from the penalty spot against Aston Villa -but Ole Gunnar Solskjaer confirmed ahead of the game that he is not their permanent penalty taker and Marcus Rashford or Paul Pogba could take the next one. By, Rich Jones 603
Coronavirus pandemic 'accelerating' and 'getting worse', warns World Health Organisation; The World Health Organisation's director general Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said despite lockdown measures continuing to be relaxed, the pandemic is not under control. By, Ryan Merrifield 644
Coronavirus R number rises in England and could be as high as 1; The crucial reproduction rate -which shows how many people each Covid-19 carrier infects -was unchanged in the UK but sits at 0.8 to 1 in England. By, Martin Bagot & Dan Bloom 171
Dame Vera Lynn honoured with stunning Spitfire and Hurricane flypast ahead of funeral; The funeral cortege for the Forces sweetheart is passing through the picturesque village of Ditchling, Sussex before moving on to a crematorium in Brighton. By, Michael Drummond & Kelly-Ann Mills 810
David de Gea apologises to Peter Schmeichel after breaking Man Utd record; David de Gea celebrated a landmark evening against Aston Villa as his 399th outing for the club saw him surpass a record previously held by Peter Schmeichel. By, Sam Meade 307
Deadly 'unknown pneumonia worse than coronavirus' spreads through Kazakhstan; Kazakhstan is suffering a 'second wave' in Covid-19 and a spike in pneumonia cases, with China expressing 'deep concern' over the 'unknown pneumonia' which has a higher death rate than coronavirus. By, Will Stewart & Matthew Dresch 692
Delirious coronavirus-infected man admits to wife he used to have sex with men; A bizarre case report has revealed that one coronavirus-infected man became so delirious that he admitted to his wife that he used to have sex with men before their marriage. By, Shivali Best 426
Dulwich stabbing: Teen killed in broad daylight on London street named; Metropolitan Police were called to Seeley Drive in Dulwich at around 6.30pm on Wednesday, where they found a young man suffering from stab wounds. By, Abigail O'Leary 279
DWP hands private firms millions as fit-for-work test contracts are extended again; The third extension in a row means Atos and Capita may have held their contract -which was originally due to end in 2017 -for a decade without going out to tender. By, Dan Bloom 152
England faces 'serious risk of running out of water within 20 years', experts warn; The Public Accounts Committee blames "ponderous" water companies failing to reduce mass leakages which cost England 3 billion litres a day. By, Nada Farhoud 381
Entire Spain tourist region on alert after bride and 22 wedding guests test positive for coronavirus; A region of Spain popular with tourists could go back into lockdown after a new coronavirus outbreak, just as people in England fly abroad after quarantine measures were dropped for 75 destinations. By, Rita Sobot & Rosaleen Fenton 561
Europa League draw confirmed as Man Utd and Wolves discover their fate; Man Utd, Rangers and Wolves have all been pulled out of the hat for the Europa League quarter-finals and semi-finals as the draw was made for the mini-tournament in Germany next month. By, Rich Jones 410
Families to be able to start visiting relatives in care homes in England again; Health Secretary Matt Hancock told ITV News the Government would be setting out its plans for care homes to re-open again for visits, with many vulnerable patients completely isolated from family for four months. By, Gavin Cordon & Ryan Merrifield & Dave Burke 503
First picture of dad who died after he was 'punched in Screwfix queue jumping row'; Businessman Andrew Webster, 51, fell and hit his head on the pavement after he was punched by another customer in a queue outside a Screwfix in Warrington, Cheshire, it is claimed. By, Chris Kitching 932
Football team wear the names of black people killed by police on their shirts; Philadelphia Union took the opportunity to mark the lives of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and other black people killed by police brutality, along with supporting the Black Lives Matter movement. By, Alex Smith 461
Full list of countries you can visit from today as England quarantine rules relaxed; The rule change comes as Brits jetting abroad may find they are not welcomed by many Europeans this summer with people in France, Spain and Italy all expressing their concerns about tourists from the UK visiting their country. By, Andy Rudd 545
Full list of venues and businesses that are still banned from reopening in July; The extended wait means firms are facing their fifth month in lockdown, with no indication given as to when staff may return to their jobs amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. By, Emma Munbodh 512
Girl, 8, who ran away from home 'raped and killed after being picked up by couple'; Eight-year-old Vika Teplyakova was offered a lift by a married couple, who allegedly raped and strangled the girl with a plastic bag before dumping her body next to a lake near Novoaleksandrovsk, Russia. By, Will Stewart & Chris Kitching 459
Government removes country from quarantine free list of places people can visit; Serbia was included on a list of 76 countries and territories from which people arriving into England will no longer need to self-isolate for 14 days from today but it will now be removed. By, Andy Rudd 549
Holidaymakers face breaking the law after major government quarantine rule change; People who have left isolation after flying back from 'safe countries' could face a fine of [pounds sterling]1,000 after Transport Secretary Grant Shapps said they could legally break their quarantine but this is now not the case. By, Rosaleen Fenton 397
Jamie Carragher warns Man Utd players not to kid themselves over Bruno Fernandes; The Liverpool legend says the arrival of the Portuguese at United reminds him of when Fernando Torres and Luis Suarez arrived at Anfield during his playing career. By, Mark Jones 377
Jay Rodriguez's "dominating" Virgil van Dijk and Sadio Mane vow as Liverpool face Burnley; The Burnley forward will come face-to-face with his old Southampton teammates at Anfield on Saturday, and he says they deserve all the success they are getting. By, Mark Jones 376
Kate Middleton introduces kids to her hero Andy Murray -and their reactions are priceless; Kate Middleton drops a few hints to the children about who they were going to get to talk to, and they were very excited when they worked out who it was. By, Russell Myers & Zoe Forsey 1214
Kim Jong-un's sister makes rare statement saying North Korea "won't be threatening" the US; Kim Yo-jong, the sister of North Korea's leader said the country won't be holding another summit with the United States and that denuclearisation is not possible "at this point in time". By, Elaine McCahill 507
Lavish millionaire left 'penniless' by divorce after moving Playboy model into flat; Richard Rothschild and Charmaine de Souza -who had a 21-year relationship before splitting -clashed in court in 2018 after Mr Rothschild moved Playboy model Sherra Michelle into the couple's former apartment. By, Neil Murphy 1156
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp confirms extent of Jordan Henderson's knee injury; Jordan Henderson was forced to limp out of Liverpool's 3-1 victory over Brighton on Wednesday night. By, Alex Smith 245
Man 'attacked wife with hammer and killed baby after finding out it wasn't his'; Dennis Chambers, 60, was arrested in relation to the savage attack on Corena Chambers, 24, and death of her five-month-old baby -who was suffocated with a cloth, police say. By, Ryan Merrifield 346
Man believes he could be the first person vaccinated against Covid-19 after trial; David Rach was the first person injected during a trial at the University of Maryland School of Medicine to test a potential vaccine produced by Pfizer -with results proving 'positive'. By, Ryan Merrifield 414
Man City Champions League ban will mean Kevin de Bruyne calamity for Pep Guardiola; City are in sparkling form with the Champions League and FA Cup in their sights -but a two-year European ban would mean it's crisis time at the Etihad. By, Andy Dunn 707
Man knocks out wife with one slap after spotting her in restaurant with two men; The shocking footage shows customers and staff flee the restaurant leaving the man to attack his 'wife' and two other men at her table with a beer bottle and condiment jar. By, Tiffany Lo & Ryan Merrifield 381
Man Utd set new Premier League goalscoring record in win over Aston Villa; Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side came out on top at Villa Park as they saw off the hosts 3-0 thanks to a Bruno Fernandes penalty and strikes from Mason Greenwood and Paul Pogba. By, Mark Jones 322
Mason Greenwood and Bukayo Saka to be watched by Gareth Southgate in FA Cup semi-finals; Mason Greenwood and Bukayo Saka have both enjoyed swift rises for Man Utd and Arsenal respectively with Gareth Southgate eyeing the pair ahead of the next England games. By, Sam Meade 294
Meghan Markle says she's 'too famous' to do normal things with son Archie; Meghan Markle wants to do 'normal' mum things with her son Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor, but she believes it's "impossible" as she's too well known in the area. By, Zoe Forsey 355
Mikel Arteta hails 'world class' Jose Mourinho ahead of Tottenham vs Arsenal; Jose Mourinho and Mikel Arteta will clash on the touchline on Sunday and Arsenal's young manager has branded his experienced Tottenham counterpart a "world class manager". By, John Cross 635
Mirror readers can get TWO free Lottery tickets with this exclusive promo code; Limited-time only Health Lottery deal gives players two free punts in any of its main draws -and you could win [pounds sterling]100k. By, Dave Masters 413
Moment Jose Mourinho replaced Pochettino is seen in new All or Nothing trailer; Spurs players look stunned on trailer for new Amazon Prime series as Mourinho arrives at the club the day after Pochettino was sacked. By, Gareth Bicknell 568
Mum had no idea test during pregnancy could have stopped her baby almost dying twice; EXCLUSIVE: New mum Carianne Pike described the scariest and most horrific moment of her life as she scooped her newborn's lifeless body up as he fell desperately ill. By, Kelly-Ann Mills 1034
New app launches to help drinkers dodge Wetherspoons -and find local pubs instead; Pubs are reopening up and down the land and now a new app will let you find the best local boozers nearby so you never have to head to a Wetherspoons again. By, Daisey Jackson & James Andrews 386
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer sends message to Man Utd players after Paul Pogba's title statement; Paul Pogba admitted Manchester United are yet to reach their goals as they eye Premier League titles again -and manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer wants players to remain motivated by his message words. By, Rich Jones 394
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's reaction to "fuming" Anthony Martial sums up Man Utd right now; The United boss said it was "great" to see the Frenchman so unhappy to be brought off in the 3-0 win at Aston Villa, which helped set a new Premier League record for United. By, Mark Jones 338
OnePlus removes phone's creepy 'X-ray vision' feature that let users see through clothes; OnePlus 8 Pro users discovered that the phone's infrared 'Photochrome' lens allowed them to see through thin plastics such as TV remotes, as well as through thin clothing. By, Shivali Best 334
Paul Pogba and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer on midfielder's Man Utd future after Villa win; Pogba scored his first goal of the season to help Manchester United set a new Premier League record, and he and his manager were asked about his future amid renewed Real Madrid interest. By, Gareth Bicknell 512
Paul Scholes has "a hunch" that Liverpool and Man City are worried about Man Utd; Man Utd moved to their fourth straight Premier League victory, all by three goals, as they comfortably beat Aston Villa on Thursday night. By, Alex Smith 326
Pregnant women 'could pass Covid-19 to unborn babies' new study claims; Researchers at the University of Milan found coronavirus in the umbilical cord blood, breast milk, placentas and the vaginas of some pregnant Covid-19 patients, although critics say the study's results are inconclusive. By, Matthew Dresch Clinical report 309
Premier League confirms VAR made wrong calls on Man Utd penalty and Tottenham shout; The Premier League admitted there was an incorrect VAR decision in each game on Thursday night, with Jose Mourinho claiming 'everyone in the world' knew Spurs should have had a penalty. By, Gareth Bicknell 589
Premiership fixtures delayed until today by London Irish having nowhere to play; Exiles have left Reading after 299 games at Madejski Stadium but new home they are to share with Brentford FC is not yet ready so have been negotiating with Harlequins and Saracens. By, Alex Spink 372
Princess Anne 'heartbroken' as she receives devastating news in lockdown; Princess Anne loves all animals, but is especially fond of horses, so would have been extremely upset to hear the Animal Health Trust is having to close its doors. By, Zoe Forsey 535
Pub landlord bans under 25s after 8pm because they're 'impossible to control'; David Haines, landlord of The Royal Standard, in Wallingford, Oxfordshire, has taken the drastic step to help protect staff and regular customers after an unprecedented amount of youths flocked to his pub from July 4. By, Ryan Merrifield 642
Pubs and restaurants will finally be allowed to re-open in Wales -but only outdoors; First Minister Mark Drakeford is set to announce a three-week package of measures to further lift Wales' coronavirus restrictions. By, Ryan Merrifield 421
Roy Keane savages Tottenham with "DNA" comment after goalless draw at Bournemouth; Roy Keane has blasted Tottenham's display and claimed the north London club will "constantly disappoint you" after their goalless draw at Bournemouth. By, Sam Meade 325
Roy Keane still finds Paul Pogba flaw despite successful Man Utd return; Paul Pogba has helped Manchester United hit top form -but former captain Roy Keane has still highlighted a flaw by claiming again that he lacks leadership qualities and is happy with a background role. By, Rich Jones 347
Russia develops electromagnetic cannon that can shoot down aircraft over 10km away; The railgun, which has been in development since 2015, shoots out projectiles at almost the speed of light and can hit targets in milliseconds, according to reports. By, Neil Murphy 326
Ryan Giggs defends David de Gea and hits back at Roy Keane's criticism of Man Utd star; David de Gea has come in for harsh criticism in recent months with Roy Keane offering a scathing assessment but Ryan Giggs has defended the Man Utd No 1. By, Sam Meade 312
Same-sex couple are asking for [pounds sterling]3,000 to help them start a family; Megan Parry-Willis and Leah Parry-Willis say the time is right to have a child, but say there is no support for LGBT couples wanting to start a family. By, Mark Smith 703
Sixth pub shuts after positive coronavirus test in first week of lockdown easing; Pubs in Yorkshire, Hampshire and Somerset have all had to shut their doors just days after reopening on Saturday, July 4 as government lockdown restrictions eased. By, Kelly-Ann Mills 479
Spotify down: Music streaming service crashes for users around the world; According to Down Detector, the problems started at around 11:32 BST, and are affecting users around the world. By, Shivali Best 162
Stanley Johnson enjoys a lockdown splashdown during 'essential' trip to Greece; The Prime Minister's father insisted his trip to Greece was essential so he could "Covid-proof" his holiday home. By, Mikey Smith & Dave Burke 377
Steven Gerrard tore penis so badly in Liverpool match it shocked ex-Reds doctor; Andrew Massey was new to the role of Liverpool team doctor when skipper Gerrard came to him with an eye-watering injury his training hadn't prepared him for. By, Gareth Bicknell 725
Stuart Broad launches scathing attack on the England selectors after being axed; Stuart Broad has been dropped by the England selectors for the first time in eight years despite the bowler feeling at the top of his game in recent years. By, Dean Wilson 510
Supermarket junk food promotions 'could be banned' as Boris Johnson eyes shake-up; The Prime Minister is working on plans to tackle obesity which it's thought could be unveiled as soon as this month. By, Dan Bloom 331
Surfer kidnapped and raped in two month Indian nightmare describes horror ordeal; Carmen Greentree, 37, travelled to the Himalayas to study under the Dalai Lama in 2004 -before being taken to a boat by a man offering held and held there with his family for months. By, Abigail O'Leary 475
Tesco Clubcard warning after fraudsters crack voucher system to book cheap holidays; The supermarket giant was forced to suspend its deal with retail partner Hotels.com, after customers discovered their points had been wiped by scammers selling them on the dark web. By, Emma Munbodh 490
Tesco scraps one-way systems and increases customer limits as it lifts restrictions; Britain's biggest supermarket is slowly easing its coronavirus restrictions, with one-way systems scrapped as thousands more shoppers return to the high street. By, Emma Munbodh 366
The 108 areas in England where coronavirus cases are on the rise -do you live in one? Carlisle, Harborough, Blackburn with Darwen, Northampton and Pendle saw some of the biggest week-on-week increases in their coronavirus infection rate, while locked-down Leicester saw one of the biggest drops; Carlisle, Harborough, Blackburn with Darwen, Northampton and Pendle saw some of the biggest week-on-week increases in their coronavirus infection rate, while locked-down Leicester saw one of the biggest drops. By, Ian Jones & Chris Kitching 1144
Thierry Henry takes a knee for eight minutes 46 seconds in Black Lives Matter tribute; Arsenal legend and Montreal Impact manager Henry paid tribute to George Floyd by kneeling for the first 8:46 of the game against New England Revolution in the MLS is Back tournament. By, Gareth Bicknell 430
UK Neo-nazis tell followers to "deliberately infect" Jews and Muslims with coronavirus; A shocking report from the Commission for Countering Extremism said the lockdown had been exploited. By, Abigail O'Leary 380
UK weather forecast: Second tropical storm could bring heavy rain despite scorching 25C; Next week is set to feel a "little bit more like July" with temperatures reaching the mid-20s -but the threat of a follow up to Storm Edouard means the weather may refuse to settle. By, Ryan Merrifield 413
Universal Credit 'makes debt worse' as 80% of poor families have payments docked; A damming report from the National Audit Office has found the five-week wait for payment is 'exacerbating' people's debt -as the cost of rolling out Universal Credit spirals by [pounds sterling]1.4bn. By, Dan Bloom 726
Warning as just days left for parents to sign up for summer free school meal vouchers; Mums and dads are almost out of time as the deadline to apply for the free summer holiday school meals vouchers -worth [pounds sterling]90 -is just a few days away. By, James Andrews 436
Where to see Battle of Britain Memorial flypast route for Vera Lynn's funeral today; A spitfire and a hurricane will take part in a flypast to honour the memory of Dame Vera Lynn, who died last month. By, Daisy Naylor 316
Whyever would Boris Johnson put someone as successful and brilliant as Chris Grayling has proven himself to be in charge of the report into Russian meddling? As Toyah Wilcox once commented, it's a mystery, the biggest question mark in history; As Toyah Wilcox once commented, it's a mystery, the biggest question mark in history. By, Fleet Street Fox 1165

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