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Articles from Daily Mirror (London, England) (July 15, 2020)

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'Rising tide' of coronavirus cases in terraced houses sparks lockdown warning; Professor Dominic Harrison, director of public health in Blackburn and Darwen, warned that the area could follow Leicester back into lockdown if the infection rate doesn't drop within two weeks. By, Pat Hurst & Dave Burke 916
5 questions Mikel Arteta has had answered by Arsenal since Premier League restart; Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta is building towards next season -and his squad have answered several question marks for their new boss ahead of the summer transfer window. By, Rich Jones 809
All the areas at risk of local lockdowns as new rules introduced in Blackburn; Health chiefs in Blackburn with Darwen and Pendle have warned residents could follow Leicester back into lockdown if a rise in Covid-19 infections is not addressed, days after a leaked memo showed other areas at risk. By, Dave Burke 1073
All the items that will fall in price from today as VAT is slashed on days out and more; Theatre tickets, amusement parks, caravan bookings and even zoos should cost less from today as part of a [pounds sterling]4.1billion pledge to boost tourism and get the public spending again. By, Emma Munbodh 708
Anthony Martial's Ole Gunnar Solskjaer comments suggest Jose Mourinho has lost his touch; Man Utd manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has shown faith in Anthony Martial -and his response to the challenge shows he has succeeded where Jose Mourinho failed suggesting the Tottenham boss has lost his touch. By, Rich Jones 564
Apple and Ireland win appeal so tech giant doesn't pay country $15bn back in taxes; Europe's second-top court rejected an EU order to iPhone maker Apple to pay the sum in back taxes. By, Lorraine King 212
Arsenal Fan TV apologise for 'derogatory remark' made at Tottenham's Heung Son-min; Arsenal Fan TV faced a backlash after a contributor made a "derogatory remark" towards Tottenham star Heung Son-min. By, Sam Meade 315
Arsenal predicted starting lineup vs Liverpool as Mikel Arteta plots changes; The Gunners will be looking to bounce back in a positive fashion following their 2-1 defeat to rivals Tottenham on Sunday. By, Alex Milne 357
Arsenal tipped to sign five players in transfer window after Stan Kroenke cash injection; The Gunners haven't had a lot of money to spend in recent transfer windows, compared to the clubs around them, but Mikel Arteta may have funds to work with next month. By, Jake Polden 356
Arsenal transfer round-up: Gunners considering swoop for Espanyol midfielder; It is still not clear whether Mikel Arteta's side will be playing European football next season but they are already lining up potential transfer targets. By, Tom Victor 538
Arsenal's stance on Philippe Coutinho transfer after Stan Kroenke cash injection; Former Liverpool midfielder Philippe Coutinho has known for some time now that he has no future at the Camp Nou, and is considering his options away from Barcelona. By, Jake Polden 762
Ashley Cole sends warning to Chelsea ahead of crucial Liverpool clash; Chelsea's next Premier League outing will be a trip to Anfield to take on champions Liverpool where Ashley Cole has told them they will need to take their chances and be solid at the back. By, Sam Meade 310
Banksy's coronavirus Tube rat art removed 'for violating anti-graffiti policy'; Banksy's latest work, seen in a brief video posted on his social media channels on Tuesday, was removed -with TfL encouraging the graffiti artist to recreate his work "in a suitable location". By, Claire Hayhurst & Ryan Merrifield & Taz Ali 614
Boris Johnson announces he can't wave a 'magic wand' to save your job; The Prime Minister gave a blunt PMQs response after Keir Starmer begged action over tens of thousands of jobs at British Airways -and millions at other firms after Covid-19. By, Dan Bloom 481
Boris Johnson confirms inquiry into his handling of Covid-19 -but not yet; It came after the PM refused to confirm that he had read report warning of 120,000 Covid deaths this winter. By, Oliver Milne 457
Boy, 9, left fighting for life while battling coronavirus and Kawasaki disease at same time; EXCLUSIVE: Mum Elle Cox, from Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire, has warned other parents about what to look out for after her son Joe fought coronavirus and Kawasaki disease, which caused his heart and arteries to become inflamed. By, Chris Kitching 1624
Brave boy, 6, disfigured after stepping in to save little sister from dog attack; Little Bridger, who was left with 90 stitches, stood between his sister and the charging dog in Wyoming, USA. He later said: "If someone had to die, I thought it should be me". By, Kelly-Ann Mills 494
BREAKING Premier League 2020 summer transfer window dates confirmed; Premier League shareholders have agreed on a date for the summer transfer window, which was put back to allow the season to finish after the coronavirus pandemic. By, Jake Polden 193
Brit holidaymakers in Benidorm will have to pre-book their beach spot from Friday; Friday will be the first day sunseekers will need to have pre-booked before they are allowed on the sand, although only for Levante beach which is one of Benidorm's two most popular beaches. By, Natalia Penza & Andy Rudd 560
Brit tourist arrested in Majorca for 'coughing on diners saying he had coronavirus'; It's alleged the 43-year-old man walked between tables in several bar and restaurant terraces in Santa Catalina, Palma, deliberately coughing on customers before police were called. By, Andy Rudd 188
British and Irish Lions to South Africa to go ahead next summer as scheduled. By, Alex Spink 521
Burberry warns of job losses to come as it cuts costs in response to coronavirus hit; Fashion chain Burberry is looking to cut [pounds sterling]55million from its costs after Covid-19 saw its sales take a huge hit across the world and its stepped up its plans for streamlining operations. By, James Andrews 369
Buzz Bingo to permanently close 26 of its bingo halls putting 573 jobs at risk; We'll be bringing you the very latest updates, pictures and video on this breaking news story. By, James Andrews 178
Chelsea boss Frank Lampard fires Premier League title warning to Liverpool and Man City; Frank Lampard is pleased with Chelsea's performance this season but admits he doesn't like to see champions Liverpool 30 points ahead of them and Manchester City above in second. By, James Nursey 478
Chelsea transfer round-up: Blues preparing [pounds sterling]62m bid for Bayer Leverkusen star Havertz; Frank Lampard's side are in pole position to qualify for next season's Champions League and could well be in a position to splash out on further signings. By, Nestor Watach 537
Chinese Ambassador accuses Boris Johnson of succumbing to 'China bashers' over Huawei; Liu Xiaoming, the Chinese Ambassador to the UK said the move to ban Huawei from Britain's 5G netorks was "disheartening" and would "seriously damage" trust between the two nations. By, Mikey Smith 421
City faces new lockdown measures after spike in coronavirus infections; Health bosses in Blackburn with Darwen have banned large groups from visiting each other's homes and called on people to use elbow bumps in an effort to avoid a Leicester-style full lockdown. By, Ian Jones & Eleanor Barlow & Dave Burke 976
Coronavirus shows Wales can cope alone, says nationalist leader calling for vote; Plaid Cymru chief Adam Price will step up calls for an independence referendum, saying the nation has "proved itself" during the Covid-19 pandemic. By, Ben Glaze 469
Devastated parents lose toddler son just a month after brother was stillborn; Andy and Sarah Rooke's son Charlie, from Merseyside, was diagnosed with Spinal Muscular Atrophy Respiratory Depression (SMARD) in November 2019 and died in February this year. By, Lee Grimsditch 538
Dimitar Berbatov's Premier League predictions including Arsenal vs Liverpool; European hopes will be enhanced or dashed in the coming days while the battle for survival also hots up as the likes of Man Utd, Arsenal, Leicester and West Ham all get ready for huge clashes. By, Sam Meade 918
Donald Trump says he is responsible for Boris Johnson's Huawei 5G u-turn; The US President told reporters 'I did this myself, for the most part' after China's ambassador to the UK slammed the move. By, Oliver Milne 841
Donald Trump sports new grey hair do as colour looks to have markedly changed; The US president usually appears with a year-long tan and perfectly coiffured blond bouffant hair -but in his latest appearance he is sporting a statesman-like grey mop. By, Lorraine King 489
Donald Trump talks about white victims when asked why black people are killed by police; The US president has been accused of racism once again, now by The American Civil Liberties Union's Jeffery Robinson for his response when quizzed about the disproportionately high number of deaths of black people at the hands of American law enforcement. By, Ryan Merrifield 533
Driver tells man to 'get the f*** off the bus' after he coughs all over seats; An indignant passenger was holding a mask but not wearing it when he started coughing in St Helens, Merseyside, before the outraged driver told him: "I'm not having it". By, Jonathan Humphries 469
Edward Colston statue replaced at dawn by sculpture of Black Lives Matter protester; A sculpture of a black woman, Jen Reid, now stands on the plinth in Bristol where a statue of slave trader Edward Colston was toppled by Black Lives Matter protesters last month. By, Claire Hayhurst & Chris Kitching 788
Exactly what food people have been ordering during lockdown in your nearest city; Stuck at home Brits, or key workers looking for a break form the kitchen, have stepped up their takeaway game during lockdown -and now Deliveroo has named the exact dishes proving most popular in each of Britain's major cities. By, James Andrews 799
Fly-tipping 'scum' empties van of rubbish in road as residents watch open-mouthed; The unknown litterbug dumped wood, rubble and plastic in broad daylight in a street in Croydon, South London, as horrified residents watched through their window. By, Andy Crick & Amber Hicks 360
Fresh warning to NATO over rising Russian military, biological and cyber threats; The North Atlantic Treaty Organisation was told to be on guard against Kremlin aggression. By, Ben Glaze 654
Furious Tories rip up membership cards after face masks made mandatory in shops; Yesterday prominent backbench Tory Sir Desmond Swayne branded face masks a 'monstrous imposition'. By, Oliver Milne 430
Ghislaine Maxwell cries as she's refused bail and accused of having 'no remorse'; British socialite Maxwell, 58, could remain in the Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn for a year with her trial not due to start until next July. By, Ryan Merrifield 805
Greyhound who spent most of her life in a cage at Chinese racetrack rescued in UK; Libby, a six year-old blue greyhound, was flown 10,000 miles to live in Taunton, Somerset, after by the Forever Hounds Trust after being saved from the infamous Macau Canidrome where thousands of racing dogs were euthanised. By, Neil Murphy 791
Grisly details as dismembered millionaire tech CEO found by sister 'with no head'; Gokada CEO Fahim Saleh's head and limbs were found sorted in plastic bags near his torso and an electric saw that was used to decapitate and dismember him at his luxury flat in New York, it is reported. By, Chris Kitching 1305
Has your star sign changed? New dates as NASA uncovers 13th sign of the zodiac; NASA explains that when the Babylonians established the 12 signs of the zodiac, they actually left one out. By, Daisy Naylor 334
Heartbreak as 'amazing' teenage dancer dies suddenly aged 14; Cerys Reeve, 14, from Port Glasgow, Scotland, died suddenly on Monday, leaving her friends and family and dance school community in Renfrewshire heartbroken. By, Nicholas Keyden 513
Help! We need new words to describe whatever fresh hell is being inflicted on us today; Omnishambles no longer quite covers the succession of catastrophes with which we are presented, says Fleet Street Fox. By, Fleet Street Fox 918
Huge UK study finds coronavirus cases much lower than thought before lockdown ended; A new study by Imperial College London also showed that anyone who had recent contact with a known coronavirus case was 24 times more likely to test positive than those with no such contact. By, John Besley & Lorraine King Report 442
Human population 'set to shrink' for the first time in more than a thousand years; The major research project funded by Microsoft founder Bill Gates analysed the consequences of fewer people having children and found that 23 countries including Japan, Thailand, Italy and Spain could see their populations more than halve. By, Martin Bagot 712
Incredible satellite footage shows Godzilla dust cloud travel from Africa to US; A clip was shared of the massive dust plume by the European Space Agency, which tracked it on its Copernicus Sentinel and Aeolus satellites. It could be the largest dust cloud ever recorded. By, Dave Burke 445
Inside Gianni Versace's former Miami mansion home with 24-karat gold swimming pool; The late Italian fashion icon who was shot dead on the steps of his home lived a lavish lifestyle at his home -now called Villa Casa Casuarina -where he hosted famous pals including Madonna, Elton John and Princess Diana. By, Rosaleen Fenton 758
Inside story on how Borussia Dortmund pipped Man Utd to big-money Jude Bellingham transfer; The Bundesliga giants are on the brink of confirming a [pounds sterling]20million deal for the highly-rated youngster, despite strong interest from Man Utd, as well as Man City and Bayern Munich. By, Matt Maltby 417
Jet2 resumes flights: Full list of destinations and new rules passengers must follow; Jet2 is resuming a limited schedule of flights in July, and will be taking passengers to a number of European destinations. By, Daisy Naylor 538
JonBenet Ramsey's heartbreaking final days before she was murdered in her own home; JonBenet Ramsey was just six-years-old when she was murdered in her own home in 1996 -her killer has never been found. By, Jane Lavender 826
Jurgen Klopp reflects on Mohamed Salah's first day at Liverpool and Sadio Mane talk; The Egyptian star made the move to Anfield in 2017 and has gone on to arguably become one of the best players in his position in the world. By, Alex Milne 349
KFC slashes cost of boneless bucket in half as it cuts prices after VAT break; Chicken fans rejoice, KFC has slashed the price of it's boneless bucket from [pounds sterling]10 to [pounds sterling]5 -and didn't stop there, with cost reductions across a string of customer favourites. By, James Andrews 418
Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg's explosive rivalry started over pizza when they were kids; British champion Lewis Hamilton and his childhood friend, Nico Rosberg, were rivals as soon as they arrived on the Formula 1 track. By, Jane Lavender 940
Liverpool predicted starting lineup vs Arsenal as Reds continue record pursuit; Jurgen Klopp's side need to win all three of their remaining games if they are to beat the Premier League record points tally of 100 set by Manchester City. By, Alex Milne 343
Liverpool target Thiago Alcantara 'puts his house up for sale' amid Reds transfer interest; Thiago is heavily linked with a transfer to Liverpool having shunned a new contract offer from Bayern Munich and has now put his house in Germany up for sale. By, Sam Meade 330
Liverpool transfer round-up: Reds set to miss out on Nigeria striker Victor Osimhen; The Premier League champions have been linked with a move for the Lille forward in recent weeks but he now looks bound for Serie A. By, Tom Victor 525
Louis van Gaal left looking foolish after comments on Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's Man Utd; Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's tactics were publicly criticised by former Man Utd manager Louis van Gaal -but the Dutchman has been made to look foolish by the Red Devils' recent attacking displays. By, Rich Jones 580
Madeleine McCann's parents' heartache as German cops prepare to drop investigation; Kate and Gerry McCann face fresh heartbreak as Germany's Maddie case investigators warn their probe into a convicted paedophile suspect 'can't go on indefinitely'. By, Talia Shadwell 653
Magaluf party strip Punta Ballena closes after drunken Brit rampage; We'll be bringing you the very latest updates, pictures and video on this breaking news story. By, Gerard Couzens & Andy Rudd 488
Magaluf's famous party strip may be closed after drunken Brits went on rampage; It follows shocking scenes in the party strip of Punta Ballena last Friday where drunken Brit tourists were filmed jumping up on a car and one holidaymaker was arrested. By, Rita Sobot & Rosaleen Fenton 488
Man Utd star Marcus Rashford to receive honorary degree from University of Manchester; Rashford is the youngest ever recipient of an honorary degree and follows United legends Sir Alex Ferguson and Sir Bobby Charlton. By, David McDonnell 433
Man Utd stick 'six players on transfer list' to fund summer spending spree; Man Utd could sell up to six players in the upcoming transfer window with the likes of Phil Jones and Jesse Lingard potentially on their way out of Old Trafford. By, Sam Meade 333
Man Utd stunned over Jude Bellingham snub as club backed him to follow Cristiano Ronaldo route; United had gone to great lengths to tempt Birmingham teenager Jude Bellingham, even showing him round their Carrington training HQ with the help of Sir Alex Ferguson. By, Matt Maltby 473
Matteo Guendouzi tipped to leave Arsenal for failing to 'knuckle down'; Mikel Arteta has fallen out with Matteo Guendouzi on more than one occasion since he took the reins, and the Frenchman may leave Arsenal in the summer transfer window. By, Jake Polden 364
McDonald's reopens first restaurants for dine in -and it could mean 50% off next month; Price cuts are in fashion at McDonald's reopened restaurants, as well as a string of price cuts for take aways launched today, the burger chain is looking to see if it can knock a whopping 50% off orders from next month too. By, James Andrews 434
McDonald's, Nando's, Starbucks and Wetherspoons slash prices from today after VAT cut; The Treasury estimates households could save up to [pounds sterling]160 a year if firms agree to pass on the cut -but who will be taking part? We take a look at the chains that have already slashed their prices below. By, Emma Munbodh 958
Meet the world's biggest Tiger Shark -second deadliest after Great White; Marine biologist and shark expert Kori Garza believes the world's second deadliest species of shark is getting bigger and stronger as she searches for the reasons why. By, Kelly-Ann Mills 387
Meghan Markle appears to hit out at palace in first speech since quitting royal family; Meghan Markle spoke to the Girl Up 2020 Leadership Summit, as part of a session called "The Time Is Now", and hit out at the treatment by "those in the corridors of power". By, Russell Myers 552
Mesut Ozil sends blunt message to Mikel Arteta that contradicts Arsenal boss; Mesut Ozil has yet to kick a ball since the Premier League restart, with Arsenal claiming the German is suffering with a 'sore back'. The midfielder suggests otherwise. By, Jake Polden 354
Migrants sent back after Channel crossing try to 'come over again', Priti Patel reveals; Home Secretary Priti Patel said she wanted boats packed with migrants 'intercepted at sea' and escorted back to the EU. By, Ben Glaze & Oliver Milne 418
Millionaire tech CEO, 33, 'found decapitated next to electric saw in apartment'; Fahim Saleh, 33, who has been likened to Elon Musk, is understood to have been found dead in his Manhattan apartment next to an electric saw, with his body parts in plastic bags. By, Ryan Merrifield 322
MPs issue latest savaging of Tory plans to buy ships, planes and Army vehicles; The Commons Public Accounts Committee published another report questioning the affordability of the Ministry of Defence's bucket list. By, Ben Glaze 571
Mrs Hinch unveils hair transformation after chopping off long blonde locks; Essex Instagram cleaning sensation Mrs Hinch -aka Sophie Hinchliffe -has unveiled her hair transformation after a trip to the hairdressers now they have reopened after lockdown. By, Amber Hicks 295
Mum's horror as huge spider filmed devouring bumblebee during zoo trip; Abigail Marks was with her eight-year-old son at Edinburgh Zoo on Saturday when she saw the large spider devour a bee, and she now wants to identify what kind of critter it was. By, Sarah Vesty 356
Mystery as Brit bodybuilding champ and former porn star found dead at home; Joanna Thomas, 43, from Camborne, Cornwall, died in April and tributes are pouring in for the star who also featured in a Channel Five documentary called Supersize She. By, Chris Matthews & Amber Hicks Obituary 625
NASA's new Ophiuchus star sign means you've been reading the wrong horoscope for years; NASA has identified a long-forgotten zodiac star sign known as Ophiuchus which has in turn changed the dates of all the other star signs. Do you have a new star sign? By, Amber Hicks & Neil Murphy 485
New coronavirus symptom identified as scientists urge NHS to update list; Fever, continuous cough and loss of smell or taste are the only three symptoms recognised by the NHS. Scientist are now urging the latest findings to be included. By, Kelly-Ann Mills 387
NHS worker left distraught after masked thug sprays car in 'homophobic' acid attack; Greg Mahony, 33, who lives in Port Seton, East Lothian, Scotland, was reading in bed with his husband when a masked attacker drove up to his home and sprayed his car with a corrosive substance. By, Alexander Lawrie 474
North Korea buying up dogs to supply meat to famous restaurants in Pyongyang; GRAPHIC IMAGE WARNING North Korea dictator is claimed to have ordered officials to buy dogs weighing more than 15 kilograms so their meat can be supplied to restaurants so people are 'able to eat'. By, Lorraine King 338
Norway stabbings: Two people fight for life after 'multiple knife attacks' in Sarpsborg; Police are understood to have made an arrest around an hour after the reported attacks at various addresses in Sarpsborg -with a newspaper reporting the attacker knocked on one victim's door before stabbing her. By, Ryan Merrifield 374
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer provides Luke Shaw and Brandon Williams updates after Man Utd injuries; Shaw suffered an ankle injury and Williams a nasty cut close to his left eye in United's 2-2 draw with Southampton at Old Trafford on Monday. By, David McDonnell 633
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's message to Man Utd players ahead of top four run-in; Man Utd missed the chance to jump into the top four when they dropped points at home to Southampton on Monday night but Ole Gunnar Solskjaer an issued a message to his players. By, Sam Meade 327
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's problems at Man Utd are the same as Mikel Arteta's at Arsenal; Man Utd and Arsenal have both experienced similar defensive struggles when it comes to set pieces -and both Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Mikel Arteta need to find solutions to the same problem. By, Rich Jones 450
Olivier Giroud describes "relief" as Chelsea close in on Champions League qualification; The French striker scored the only goal of the game as the Blues beat Norwich 1-0 to move within touching distance of securing a place in the top four. By, James Nursey 360
Olivier Giroud explains origns of his 'note pad and pen' goal celebrations vs Norwich; Olivier Giroud broadcasted a unique celebration after scoring Chelsea's winner against Norwich and he has explained where it comes from with a reference to Blues team-mate N'Golo Kante. By, Sam Meade 309
Paedophile who posed as boy to trick girls into sex meets child days after jail release; Twisted Jordana Davidson, 22, from Rhyl, North Wales, pretended to be a boy and struck up relationships with the teen girls. After she was released from prison for sexual activity with a child she went on to befriend another teen girl. By, Neil Docking 944
Pal of man who live-streamed death on Facebook 'smashed in door but was too late'; Craig Spillane found the body of his friend Jonathan Bailey, from Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire, who began live-steaming his suicide on Facebook after putting up a post saying he was going to kill himself. By, Hayley Parker & Chris Kitching 1311
People won't be asked to wear a face mask in the office, Matt Hancock confirms; There is a difference between visiting a shop for a few minutes and working alongside colleagues at a desk for several hours, he said. By, Oliver Milne 366
Pep Guardiola admits Man City board unhappy with failed Premier League title bid; Following two years of domestic dominance City gave up their crown with a whimper this season and Guardiola admits they have to do much better in the 2020-21 campaign. By, David McDonnell 329
Police warn [pounds sterling]100 fines for shoppers not wearing face masks 'impossible' to enforce; Ken Marsh, chairman of the Metropolitan Police Federation, described the plans as "absurd" as face coverings become mandatory for shoppers in England from July 24 to help stop coronavirus. By, Neil Murphy 709
Pretty Little Thing confirms coronavirus outbreak at depot as 28 workers test positive; The popular fashion brand's warehouse in South Yorkshire was previously described as a 'breeding ground for Covid-19' as workers shared lifts and rides to work. By, Charlie Wilson & Talia Shadwell 675
Princess Diana 'took Charles to the cleaners' in divorce -but he had strict demand; Princess Diana and Prince Charles were separated for three years before the Queen finally told them to divorce, and they signed the papers on this day in 1996. By, Zoe Forsey 787
Squirrel tests positive for bubonic plague in Colorado sparking fears of US outbreak; The World Health Organisation has categorised bubonic plague -responsible for the worst pandemic in human history during the Black Death -as a re-emerging disease. By, Ryan Merrifield 332
Superdrug launches 28 days of deals across L'Oreal Paris, Garnier and Maybelline; For the next month, the high street store has huge savings across online and in store on big named brands that beauty buffs will be excited to hear. By, Sarah Bradbury 529
The Queen will attend first face-to-face engagement in four months to knight Tom Moore; The monarch has not appeared at an event alongside members of the general public since March, but will take part in the ceremony at Windsor Castle to recognise fundraising hero Captain Tom, who turned 100 in April. By, Laura Elston & Dave Burke 521
These are the face masks that doctors are warning people not to wear in shops; If you fail to cover your face while visiting a supermarket or High Street shop you could face a fine of [pounds sterling]100 -but experts are saying some are more effective than others. By, James Rodger & Lorraine King 932
Twisted Children of God rapist snared after police probe secret cult for 5 years; Derek Lincoln raped two girls at locations across Scotland between 1989 and 1991 while he was carrying out "missionary work" on behalf of the sect also known as 'The Family'. By, Jane Hamilton & Lorraine King 859
UK weather forecast: Met Office warns heatwaves may not last this summer despite 29C high; Despite the scorcher forecast for this weekend, the Met Office has said any warm stretches could be continually disrupted this summer. By, Ryan Merrifield 434
Vaccine progress brings hope world 'won't have to worry about awful virus' in a year; If a coronavirus vaccine trial in the US led by Moderna Inc proves successful it says it could roll out up to a billion doses of the jab a year from 2021. By, Talia Shadwell & Reuters 1171
What channel is Arsenal vs Liverpool? Kick-off time, TV and live stream information; Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool side go to Arsenal on Wednesday night. Mikel Arteta's Gunners sit ninth in the table following Sunday's 2-1 defeat away at Tottenham Hotspur. By, Dave Stubbings 432
What is VAT and when does the tax cut start? Questions answered; From Wednesday, VAT will be reduced to 5% across the hospitality sector, allowing firms to reduce prices to win back customers. But what does this mean and how will it affect you? By, Emma Munbodh 773
Woman's transformation into 'muscle Barbie' after hours at gym and strict diet; Julia Vins, 24, from Russia, began lifting weights at the age of 15 and is now a powerlifting champion. She trains four to five times a week and eats a strict healthy diet. By, Amber Hicks 925
Woman, 99, who survived Nazi assassination attempt and plane crash beats coronavirus; Joy Andrew is no stranger to beating the odds, and with her life in the balance for days with coronavirus with care staff preparing for her death, she suddenly recovered. By, Martyn Halle & Ryan Merrifield 822
Women share with and without make-up photos as they ditch beauty products in lockdown; Seven women have told why they now favour a more natural look after cutting back on beauty products in the coronavirus lockdown -and some wish they had done it a lot sooner. By, Rhian Lubin 731
Youth kicks toddler while group attack her 'pregnant' mum in sickening garden brawl; WARNING DISTRESSING FOOTAGE Video of the shocking incident shows a confrontation outside a home turn violent in Brooklyn, US, as a youth attacks a little girl. By, Abigail O'Leary 305

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