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Articles from Daily Mirror (London, England) (July 20, 2020)

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'Hottest gran in the world' launches X-rate site after wowing fans with youthful look; Often called the 'hottest gran in the world', Alice Vasquez, 41, has a huge following thanks to her age-defying appearance on Instagram where she shares plenty of saucy snaps of herself showing off her toned body and stunning face. By, Abigail O'Leary 519
'Tesco free 4k TV' scam exposed as more than 100 people sign up; Scammers pretending to be from Tesco have been operating a new con over Facebook and text messages -and it's so convincing more than 100 people have been taken in by it. By, James Andrews 484
Alan Shearer sends clear instruction to Man Utd after latest David de Gea error; The goalkeeper was clearly at fault for Mason Mount's goal for Chelsea in the FA Cup semi-final on Sunday, while he could also have done better with Olivier Giroud's opener. By, Mark Jones 321
All the rules your employer must now follow as PM tells the nation to return to work; The Prime Minister has said that from August 1, it will be up to individual businesses to decide whether staff should return to work -these are all of the rules your employer will have to follow if they take you back. By, Emma Munbodh 795
Android warning: Fake Google update can steal data from 337 apps including Netflix; Researchers from ThreatFabric have warned of a fake Google update called BlackRock, that can steal your personal data from 337 apps, including Netflix and Tinder. By, Shivali Best 471
Arsenal told winning the FA Cup could make Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang stay with Gunners; Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scored both goals as Arsenal beat Manchester City in the FA Cup semi-final on Saturday -and they will take on Chelsea in the final next month. By, James Whaling 273
Backlog Britain post-lockdown with 150,000 babies who 'don't exist' and stranded drivers; Register offices are reporting delays of up to five weeks, with thousands of babies born after March 23 without papers, while chaotic backlogs are also effecting the NHS and DVLA. By, Ryan Merrifield 394
Beatrice wedding shows Queen 'is closer to her grandchildren than her own kids'; The strength of the love between the Queen and Princess Beatrice was on full display as the new bride married Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi at a secret wedding at Royal Lodge, Windsor. By, Chris Kitching 1175
Blackburn overtakes Leicester as UK's coronavirus hotspot as new cases double; The number of new coronavirus infections in Blackburn with Darwen, in Lancashire, has almost doubled in the past week and its cases rate has passed Leicester's, official figures show. By, Chris Kitching & Lorraine King 462
Boris Johnson summons first full Cabinet meeting since March -'without masks'; Ministers will be required to sit a metre apart, and won't be allowed to share jugs or glasses -but Number 10 said they were 'not expecting' ministers to wear face coverings. By, Mikey Smith 298
BREAKING Ballon d'Or will not be awarded in 2020 as "it cannot be treated as ordinary"; There will be more to follow. We'll bring you the very latest updates, pictures and video on this breaking news story. By, James Whaling 204
British Airways Holidays puts summer 2021 destinations on sale -full list; We'll be bringing you the very latest updates, pictures and video on this breaking news story. By, Andy Rudd 212
Bruno Fernandes explains how Man Utd's focus has changed after FA Cup defeat by Chelsea; Manchester United have been impressive of late but were battered 3-1 by Frank Lampard's Chelsea in the semi-final of the world's oldest cup competition on Sunday. By, Jake Polden 288
Callous thieves cut dog's neck and yank microchip out after stealing her puppies; The heartless dognappers in Wexford, Ireland, stole Springer Spaniel Daisy and her seven puppies before they dumped her 75 miles from her home. The puppies are still missing. By, Lorraine King 292
Celebrity sexologist, 26, found dead laying naked on bed in five-star hotel; Married TV doctor and psychologist Anna Ambartsumyan, who often gave her opinions on celebrities in Russia, was found dead aged just 26 -police are now investigating her death. By, Will Stewart & Kelly-Ann Mills 265
Charlotte Tilbury launches summer sale -with up to 30% off bestselling makeup; This beauty sale is one makeup fanatics won't want to miss out on. With massive savings to be had across lipsticks, eyeshadow palettes and sets that would make as a great gift. By, Sarah Bradbury 622
Chelsea striker Olivier Giroud sets heart on fifth FA Cup against old club Arsenal; Olivier Giroud helped fire Chelsea back to Wembley in the semi-final against Manchester United -and now has a date with old club Arsenal. By, John Cross 467
Chelsea striker Olivier Giroud sounds warning to Arsenal ahead of FA Cup final; Giroud is targeting a fifth FA Cup triumph as he prepares to face his former club at Wembley next month having helped fire Chelsea to victory over Man Utd in Sunday's semi-final. By, Gareth Bicknell 447
Conman who made [pounds sterling]50m selling fake bomb detectors freed claiming all he has is a lawnmower; James McCormick, 64, is thought to have raked in [pounds sterling]50million by selling fake bomb detectors in countries including war-ravaged Iraq and still insists the devices worked. By, Danya Bazaraa 313
Coronavirus breakthrough as inhaled drug is shown to reduce risk of severe disease by 79%; Synairgen, the firm behind the drug, has published the results from its clinical trial of the drug, dubbed SNG001, in hospitalised Covid-19 patients. By, Shivali Best 331
Coronavirus Test and Trace programme 'has broken a key data protection law'; The government has admitted the vast contact-tracing programme does not have a comprehensive "impact assessment" of how people's personal data would be used. By, Dan Bloom 878
Coronavirus: 27% of Brits could refuse vaccine as doctors slam 'selfish' behaviour; A worrying new survey has warned that more than a quarter of Brits could refuse to be vaccinated once a vaccine is available. By, Shivali Best 438
Creative gran utterly transforms patio in lockdown for just [pounds sterling]44; Tanya Knight explained she has trouble switching off, so used that energy to completely revamp her patio -and pulled of the incredible transformation for less than [pounds sterling]50. By, James Andrews 480
Dad beat man to death in front of daughter, 9, for trying to steal his son's bike; Andrew Davies' nine-year-old daughter screamed: "Daddy leave him, that's enough" as he carried out the brutal assault that killed Luke WIlliams in south Wales. By, Tom Bedford & Kelly-Ann Mills 468
David de Gea or Dean Henderson? Experts debate who should be Man Utd's No.1 next season; De Gea dropped another clanger as Manchester United were beaten by Chelsea in the FA Cup semi-final on Sunday. By, Jacob Murtagh 1165
David de Gea's "I haven't killed anyone" comments shed light on his problems at Man Utd; The Spaniard has become increasingly unreliable between the sticks for the Red Devils, and was at fault for Chelsea's second in their 3-1 win over United on Sunday. By, Jake Polden 528
Dog shot dead by armed police after seriously injuring owner and second person; A "dangerously out of control" Staffordshire bull terrier-mastiff cross attacked a woman, leaving her with "serious and potentially life-changing injuries", at an address in Sandown on the Isle of Wight. By, Ben Mitchell & Chris Kitching 539
Donald Trump slams 'incompetent' Joe Biden and says polls showing him losing are 'fake'; The US president is under pressure with coronavirus cases soaring and polls consistently showing him behind the Democrat nominee -but Donald Trump still came out fighting in a Fox News interview. By, Jeremy Culley 612
DWP to give thousands of universal credit claimants a 2 week boost -see if you qualify; The DWP has announced that thousands of benefit recipients moving on to Universal Credit will receive up to two weeks of additional cash to provide them with extra support. By, Emma Munbodh 561
Eagle-eyed spot that gave away Princess Beatrice's secret wedding; Princess Beatrice planned her small wedding in just two weeks with the help of her mum Sarah Ferguson, and they managed to keep everything quiet until a tiny detail gave them away. By, Zoe Forsey 457
Eric Bailly given all clear after sickening clash of heads with Man Utd teammate; Bailly suffered a nasty gash and concussion after colliding with Harry Maguire during Sunday's FA Cup defeat to Chelsea. By, John Cross 343
Estate agent 'mini boom' as buyers flood back to property market at 'unprecedented' rate; Estate agents are busier then they have been is years as a boom in activity has seen buyers flood back to the property market and house prices soar as a result -and that's all before the stamp duty cut kicked in. By, James Andrews 590
Female police officer suffers serious head injury as bottles thrown in Leeds celebrations; Leeds United fans took to the streets to celebrate their promotion on Sunday -but some of the chaotic scenes got out of hand with nine arrests made. By, James Whaling 419
Flat on sale in upmarket street for [pounds sterling]200k -but kitchen location may be an issue; A studio flat in the popular area of Notting Hill is on the market for [pounds sterling]200,000 and has been described as being "great for a London bolt-hole" with excellent transport links. By, Luke Matthews 383
Formula One grid girl, 32, in coma and in desperate need of kidney transplant; Khloe Atkinson, from Stoke-on-Trent, lost her eyesight in one eye and has been put into an induced coma as her type-one diabetes took a drastic turn for the worse. By, Ruby Davies & Kelly-Ann Mills 708
Fury as man films himself 'hunting' women as he cycles around two towns; The five-minute clip filmed in Folkestone and Hythe in Kent, has sparked anger and disgust among locals, with some of the 'victims' coming forward to say they didn't know they were being filmed. By, John James & Lorraine King 559
Ghislaine Maxwell lived 'like husband and wife' with millionaire Scott Borgerson; Ghislaine Maxwell and Scott Borgerson reportedly lived together at a property in Manchester-by-the-Sea, Massachusetts, USA, with neighbours describing them as a happy couple. By, Matthew Dresch 470
Gini Wijnaldum 'immediately' questioned Roberto Firmino in dressing room over Liverpool role; The Dutchman was required to play as a False 9 in the 3-0 Champions League first leg defeat at Barcelona last season, and his admiration for Firmino grew as a result. By, Mark Jones 339
Girl, 3, told she'd never walk takes her first steps -to the sweet shop; Felicity Edgar was diagnosed with cerebral palsy after she was starved of oxygen at birth. By, Louie Smith 371
Girl, 8, dies alone on jet ski that crashed into boat after dad was thrown off; The girl was riding the jet ski with her dad in the tourist hotspot of La Manga, a strip of land separating the Mar Menor lagoon from the Mediterranean Sea in the southeastern Spanish region of Murcia. By, Abigail O'Leary 420
Heartbreak and secret feuds at the centre of the historic first moon landing; Neil Armstrong was the first man to set foot on the surface of the moon, followed 19 minutes later by Neil Arsmtrong. By, Jane Lavender 1199
Hero policeman leaps from 13th floor window to catch suspected paedophile; Bakytzhan Bakirov, 36, was so determined to catch the "rapist" that he didn't give a moment's thought to the consequences of falling from such a height. By, Abigail O'Leary 541
Hiker comes face-to-face with black bear -and stays so calm she even snaps a selfie; A video, reported to have been taken at Chipinque Ecological Park in Mexico, shows the terrifying moment a black bear approaches a group of hikers, who keep their cool to escape unharmed. By, Luke Matthews 383
Horrifying preparations to leave Neil Armstrong on moon to die if mission went wrong; Fifty one years ago Neil Armstrong became the first man to set foot on the moon -but those in charge feared the mission could go horribly wrong. By, Jane Lavender 1190
How Philippe Coutinho's Liverpool exit prompted entire redesign of transfer policy; Reds assistant boss Pep Lijnders says that the Brazilian's departure for Barcelona taught the club that in order to be successful they needed to ensure that key players didn't leave. By, Mark Jones 354
How police will tackle face mask dodging as doctors fear impact of 'illogical' messaging; Devon and Cornwall Police say they will not respond to calls purely about someone not wearing a face mask -as senior doctors criticise the government's 'illogical' messaging on the issue, fearing it will fuel the spread of coronavirus. By, Joe Gammie & Richard Whitehouse & Jeremy Culley 946
How Princess Beatrice kept wedding secret -and strict rules guests had to follow; Princess Beatrice and Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi's royal wedding was unique, as traditions were broken to follow the government's coronavirus Covid-19 social distancing rules. By, Zoe Forsey 535
Impact of UK coronavirus lockdown may cause 200,000 extra deaths, report finds; The Government report was revealed by Chief Scientific Adviser Sir Patrick Vallance at a science and technology select committee last week and fears one million years of life could be lost. By, Ryan Merrifield 444
Inside [pounds sterling]3.5m Grand Designs-inspired smart house with gym, hot tub and sauna; A five-bedroom property designed by multi award-winning architect David Sheppard, and BPN Architects has gone up for sale for a staggering [pounds sterling]3.5million in the West Midlands. By, Paige Holland & Elis Sandford 552
Inspirational story of Dilhan Eryurt whose work was vital for the Moon landings; Professor Dilhan Eryurt is being honoured by Google on the 51st anniversary of the Moon landings. Her work was crucial in helping NASA send men to the Moon for the first time. By, Dave Stubbings 537
Jack Charlton to be honoured with a special postmark as home town comes to standstill; England football legend Jack Charlton passed away last week. By, Jeremy Armstrong 399
Jet2 face mask rule that could catch some passengers out; Jet2 has specific rules on what constitutes an acceptable face mask, and passengers who don't follow the rules may not be allowed to travel. By, Ella Bennett 439
Jose Mourinho says David de Gea errors prove he was 'lucky' to land huge Man Utd deal; De Gea's high-profile errors have come under sharp focus this season and his latest blunders cost United an FA Cup final place -less than a year after he signed a bumper contract. By, Gareth Bicknell 664
Judge's son shot dead and husband injured by 'gunman posing as FedEx employee'; US federal judge Esther Salas was in the basement of her New Jersey home when a gunman, understood to be disguised as a FedEx driver, opened fire on her husband Mark Anderl, 63, and son Daniel, 20, on their doorstep. By, Ryan Merrifield 346
Just half of people in contact with coronavirus traced in town fearing local lockdown; Blackburn residents were told to take extra precautions by public health officials last week -it has now emerged that just half of patients' contacts have been traced successfully. By, Jeremy Culley 712
Lionel Messi outlines new plan after making Liverpool admission; Barcelona superstar Lionel Messi was furious following his side's 2-1 defeat by Osasuna, which helped bitter rivals Real Madrid to a thirty fourth La Liga title. By, Jake Polden 364
Madeleine McCann suspect confronted by Brit dad after flashing his young daughter; Convicted rapist Christian Brueckner is claimed to have carried out the indecent act at a children' playground in Sao Bartolomeu de Messines, Portugal,. By, Lorraine King 524
Major search launched for fully-clothed man who walked into sea and vanished; The alarm was raised after the mystery man was seen to stroll into the sea in darkness on Sunday evening -with rescue teams working through the night to locate him. By, Abigail O'Leary 307
Marks & Spencer say 950 jobs are at risk as part of new 'retail management structure'; Chief executive Steve Rowe is planning a major restructuring of the business in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic after placing around 27,000 workers on furlough in April. By, Emma Munbodh 717
Martin Lewis slams 'damaging and dangerous' new student loan repayment tool; Consumer money expert Martin Lewis is demanding the immediate removal of the new feature -something he's branded "irresponsible and dangerous beyond belief" -which could see people lose thousands of pounds for zero gain. By, James Andrews 505
Mason Greenwood already better than Marcus Rashford, says ex-Man Utd striker Dwight Yorke; Mason Greenwood has scored 16 goals for Manchester United this season, and Dwight Yorke believes he has already surpassed teammate Marcus Rashford. By, James Whaling 319
Massive rise in wait for vital cancer scans due to coronavirus lockdown; There has been a 44 per cent rise in the number of people waiting for key tests to diagnose a raft of cancers. By, Lucy Thornton 536
Mauricio Pochettino rejects new job as former Tottenham boss eyes return to management; Mauricio Pochettino has been out of the dugout since leaving Tottenham in November, and has now reportedly rejected an opportunity to return to management. By, James Whaling 277
Mauricio Pochettino's comments about his future shed light on why he rejected new job; The former Tottenham boss hasn't been in the dugout since he was sacked at Spurs in November 2019, but has been linked with a number of top clubs, including Man United. By, Jake Polden 427
Meghan and Harry's book price is slashed on Amazon before it even goes on sale; Finding Freedom: Harry and Meghan and the Making of a Modern Royal Family is due out on August 11 and promises to reveal the journey that led to the Sussexes' 'abdication'. By, Ryan Merrifield 361
Meghan Markle's 'self doubt' as she makes pointed dig in first speech since quitting royals; The Duchess of Sussex made her first speech since she and husband Prince Harry quit the royal family when she spoke to the Girl Up 2020 Leadership Summit. By, Jane Lavender 832
Mikel Arteta admits Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang isn't the only "uncertainty" at Arsenal; Aubameyang's future at the Emirates is up in the air with the striker yet to sign a new contract. By, Jacob Murtagh 397
Mikel Arteta opens door for Mesut Ozil return for Arsenal at Aston Villa; Arsenal midfielder Mesut Ozil has been absent since the season restarted -but Gunners boss Mikel Arteta says he could return for the trip to Aston Villa. By, John Cross 849
Ministers unveil [pounds sterling]4 million fund for doctors to tell patients to go for a walk; The money is to fund a trial of "green prescribing", where patients are told to spend time in nature. By, Mikey Smith 439
Mum left "in tears" after biting into 'stowaway chilli' in bag of Tesco peas; Sherilyn Horton, 38, said her tongue "hasn't had that much excitement since she was a teenager" after she chomped down on the fiery chilli while making dinner. By, Bethan Sexton 481
Mum, 82, and daughter, 64, drink urine while trapped in broken lift for four days; The pensioner and her 64-year-old daughter were the only two people at home in their private villa, and did not have their mobile phones on them, their doctor said. By, John Feng 435
NASA shares stunning photo of Comet NEOWISE -here's how to see it from the UK this week; The beautiful photo of Comet NEOWISE was snapped in Poland by photographer Jarek Oszywa, and has been featured as NASA's Astronomy Picture of the Day. By, Shivali Best 364
Nemanja Matic sends message to Man Utd teammates after Chelsea defeat; Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side saw an impressive 19-match unbeaten run in all competitions come to a crashing end. By, Simon Peach 421
New 3-day season tickets introduced as Boris Johnson tells the nation to return to work; Great Western Railway said the new initiative could help get thousands of workers back to their London offices after Boris Johnson urged the nation to return to work on Friday. By, Emma Munbodh 452
New rules for gyms as people banned from bringing sweat towels to workouts; Towels are usually a staple part of a gymgoers equipment during a workout to wipe sweat from machines and benches, but operators are fearful this could lead to contamination. By, Ryan Merrifield 435
Nigel Pearson breaks silence after brutal Watford sacking; Pearson was axed on Sunday with the club hovering above the Premier League relegation zone. By, Jacob Murtagh 217
Off-duty police officer bravely runs into sea to save boy from shark lurking behind him; Dramatic footage shows Adrian Kosicki bravely running into the water to save the boy's life as he played on a boogie board on Cocoa Beach in Florida, US, unaware his life was in danger. By, Lorraine King 384
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer criticises Victor Lindelof after Man Utd's defeat to Chelsea; David De Gea bore the brunt of the criticism but teammate Lindelof was not exempt from blame. By, Jacob Murtagh 337
Phil Neville takes aim at Ole Gunnar Solskjaer after Man Utd crash out of FA Cup; Former Manchester United defender Phil Neville was critical of ex-teammate Ole Gunnar Solskjaer after the Red Devils' defeat by Chelsea at Wembley. By, James Whaling 285
Pokemon cards gifted to dad 20 years ago are now worth incredible [pounds sterling]35,000; Nigel Brookes wasn't a Pokemon fan, so when he got the cards as a birthday present 21 years ago he just put them away. It turned out to be one of the best financial decisions he's ever made. By, Dan Coles & James Andrews 786
Prince Harry seen as 'liability' for monarchy as his popularity plummets among Brits; In a YouGov poll in June 2012, only 9% saw him as a liability -now rising to 38% since he quit the royal family and moved to America with Meghan Markle and their son, Archie. By, Abigail O'Leary 637
Princess Beatrice 'isolated with father Andrew so he could walk her down the aisle'; Princess Beatrice and new husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi are understood to have stayed with Prince Andrew and the Duchess of York "for some time" at their Royal Lodge in Windsor. By, Ryan Merrifield 381
Princess Beatrice wedding: Why Meghan, Harry, Kate and William weren't there; Prince William, Kate Middleton, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle weren't among the guests when Princess Beatrice and property tycoon Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi got married in Windsor. By, Chris Kitching 1349
Queen and Prince Philip off to 'Balmoral bubble' as part of coronavirus safety plan; Other members of the royal clan will also be heading to the 50,000-acre Aberdeenshire estate, but will be staying away from HRH and Philip to prevent putting them at risk of coronavirus. By, Ryan Merrifield 443
Russia's worst serial killer confesses to two more murders and gruesome total of 83; WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT Mikhail Popkov is known as The Werewolf and police believe he may be responsible for the murders of as many as 200 women. By, Will Stewart & Jane Lavender 1263
Ryanair refuses to refund passengers with flights to Cyprus despite ban on UK visitors; Flights to the country have started running again after the Foreign and Commonwealth Office lifted "all but essential" travel restrictions to Cyprus last week -but British visitors are still banned. By, Emma Munbodh 548
Schools to get up to [pounds sterling]250 extra cash for every pupil under new funding plan; Primary schools will get [pounds sterling]250 a head, with secondaries getting [pounds sterling]150 a head under a new settlement for all state school kids in England. By, Ben Glaze 522
Single mum defeats DWP in High Court over rules that cut her Universal Credit; Sharon Pantellerisco, 41, was driven to food banks after losing out on benefits due to her four-weekly pay cheque. Now she's won a victory against the government. By, Dan Bloom 804
Sir Alex Ferguson's half-time phone call to ensure Man Utd's Cristiano Ronaldo transfer; The legendary manager was so impressed by Ronaldo during the first half of a friendly against Sporting Lisbon that he made a call during the interval to get the teenager in his squad. By, Gareth Bicknell 492
Sobbing mum charged with murder of abused boy, 3, more than six months after he died; Tricia Ann Bissett and Judson Sier Dunnavant were arrested on Thursday, months after little Evan, 3, died in December with details of his injuries 'filling three pages' of an autopsy report. By, Ryan Merrifield 300
Student with 5% chance of surviving makes miracle recovery after both legs amputated; Seyda Oates' limbs began to turn black after she contracted meningitis and the infection spread along her limbs and her organs began shutting down. By, Lucy Notarantonio & Kelly-Ann Mills 772
Stunning images of animals in the wild land British photographer a top prize; Andy Howe has won the Society of International Nature and Wildlife Photographers Nature in Action contest. By, Jim Leffman 1067
Superdrug launches [pounds sterling]89 coronavirus antibody blood test that is 97.5% accurate; The test is available at 30 Superdrug Health Clinics, and involves a blood sample being taken by a nurse, before it's screened for coronavirus antibodies. By, Shivali Best 553
Terrified Brit pretended to be Japanese as Turkey invaded Cyprus; Brits have recalled their experiences of being on holiday in Cyprus and Turkey when the country was plunged in chaos following a political coup in July 1974 following years of escalating tensions. By, Rosaleen Fenton 1197
The first rule of Covid-19 is there are no rules anymore; There is no point asking the government to tell you what the rules are, because the government's gone absolutely batty, says Fleet Street Fox. By, Fleet Street Fox 1050
Thousands of Leeds United fans celebrate in city centre as arrests are made; Leeds won the Championship title with victory over Derby, having already secured promotion to the Premier League as they prepare to play in the top flight for the first time in 16 years. By, Gareth Bicknell 457
Twitchers celebrate 30 years of red kites' revival in the Chilterns; A project to reintroduce the birds of prey has been hailed a success three decades later. By, Ben Glaze 348
Two children accidentally topple museum's [pounds sterling]50,000 glass sculpture of Disney castle; The parents of two children who broke a [pounds sterling]50,000 glass blown sculpture modelled on Disney's iconic castle have apologised and promised to take responsibility for the repairs. By, Luke Matthews 419
UK coronavirus hospital death toll rises by 6 in lowest increase for four months; The latest coronavirus death toll figures were revealed after the Government confirmed it had signed deals for 90 million doses of promising Covid-19 vaccines, with more in the pipeline. By, Chris Kitching 765
UK government buys 10 face mask production lines as coverings become mandatory in shops; The [pounds sterling]14m pledge is expected to produce millions of masks per week in order to boost supply of face coverings in the market. By, Dan Bloom & Joe Gammie 576
UK secures access to 90 million doses of 'promising' coronavirus vaccine; The public are being urged to sign up to a new NHS website to make it quicker and easier for potential volunteers to join vital studies that could help save lives. The Government aims to get 500,000 people signed up by October. By, Lorraine King 302
UK set to tear up Hong Kong extradition deal in move likely to inflame China tensions; The Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab has insisted Britain wants a "positive relationship" with China but Downing Street looks set to follow the example of the US and impose a tough new national security law. By, Gavin Cordon & Ryan Merrifield 484
UK weather forecast: Rain this week as schools break up with 'staycation' washout feared; Showers and cooler temperatures are set to put a dampener on schools breaking up for summer this week as those planning a 'staycation' are warned to expect an unsettled summer. By, Alistair Grant & Jeremy Culley 712
Universal Credit claimants to get extra cash as DWP finally scraps five-week wait; Ministers have finally bowed to pressure and will make a change campaigners have been asking for for years. By, Mikey Smith 343
Urgent police search for teenager after 'child abduction' in Birmingham; Officers are trying to trace Taylor Del-Brown after an incident on July 10 in Birmingham as well as in connection with a domestic abuse related incident at the start of this month. By, Abigail O'Leary 270
What is Honk For Hope? Why hundreds of empty coaches are driving to London; Honk For Hope protests will be taking place in London on Monday, as hundreds of coaches drivers take their empty vehicles to the capital to help call on the Government for additional support. By, Dave Stubbings 582
When do face masks become compulsory in shops and supermarkets? Currently only compulsory on public transport, face masks will soon also be required inside shops and supermarkets in England; Currently only compulsory on public transport, face masks will soon also be required inside shops and supermarkets in England. By, Ella Bennett 426
Where to buy face masks online ahead of new coronavirus rule starting this week; Wearing face masks will be compulsory for shoppers in England from 24 July following the government's latest coronavirus protection measures. By, James Andrews & Chantelle Symester 685
Why Leeds' promotion success has finally given Dominic Matteo closure after 16 years; Matteo was Leeds skipper when they were relegated in 2004 and is relieved and thrilled they are back in the Premier League. By, David Anderson 476
Woman pregnant with twins is fighting for her life after contracting coronavirus; Kaillee Dyke, who is 27 weeks pregnant, caught the deadly virus along with her partner Chris Lassig, and is now on a ventilator in an intensive care unit in Victoria, Australia. By, Lorraine King 557
Woman's engagement ring mocked online for looking like 'shiny piece of Lego'; The huge diamond ring was shared on a Facebook ring shaming website asking if it looked more like a speaker or a traffic light -but the responses were much more cutting. By, Kelly-Ann Mills 257

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