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Articles from Daily Mirror (London, England) (July 6, 2020)

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'Super Saturday' brawl escalates outside pub after 'drunk punters told to leave'; A mass fight outside the Rockvilla Hotel in Rock Ferry, Wirral, was caught on camera on 'Super Saturday' and shared across social media, with multiple pubs forced to shut early. By, Alan Weston & Ryan Merrifield 535
Air bridge 'shambles' as only 25 of 74 countries have no restrictions; Following the Government's "confusing" announcement, here is the full list of countries on the approved 'air bridge' list that haven't restricted entry to Brits. By, Rosaleen Fenton 644
Alan Shearer explains why Man Utd star Mason Greenwood reminds him of himself; Mason Greenwood has received high praise this term for his Man Utd performances and has been compared to one of England's greatest strikers by the man himself. By, Sam Meade 306
Asda staff find exotic frog in bunch of bananas after 5,000-mile journey to UK; The exotic tree frog was found at the Asda store in Murray Street, Llanelli, Wales last Monday after travelling from Colombia. The frog -now named Asda -likely survived by slowing down its metabolism. By, Claire Hayhurst 446
Asthma 'does not increase the severity of Covid-19', scientists claim; While people with asthma were originally thought to be at higher risk for COVID-19, researchers from Rutgers University claim that this isn't the case. By, Shivali Best 355
Australia closes state border for first time in 100 years to halt coronavirus; Officials said the border between Victoria and New South Wales will be shut from Tuesday for an indefinite period after an outbreak in Melbourne -the last time the border was closed was during the Spanish flu pandemic. By, Colin Packham & Renju Jose 668
Barcelona president Josep Bartomeu defiantly responds to Lionel Messi exit claims; There has been speculation in recent days that the Argentinean superstar is ready to quit the club at the end of next season but this has been dismissed by Bartomeu. By, Alex Milne 343
BREAKING Pret to close 30 branches permanently as sales 'severely decline'; We'll be bringing you the very latest updates, pictures and video on this breaking news story. By, James Andrews 189
Brit pilot 'crushed baby's head by smashing it against wall of five-star hotel'; Mohamed Barakat, 41, is accused of beating his wife before turning his fury on his helpless child, Sofia, following an all-night drinking session in Kazakhstan. By, Will Stewart 639
Canary Islands' nightclubs allowed to open -but dancing is still banned; Nightlife establishments in Tenerife, Lanzarote and Gran Canaria can open their doors -but guests have to make reservations in advance and can sit or stand but not dance. By, Rita Sobot 473
Coronavirus could cause 35,000 extra UK cancer deaths, experts warn; According to a new study, up to two million routine breast, bowel and cervical cancer screenings may have been missed throughout the Covid-19 crisis. Researchers have warned a worst-case scenario would see 35,000 more deaths from cancer in 2021. By, Elaine McCahill 593
Coronavirus patients wake from comas and tell doctor 'they wish they were dead'; EXCLUSIVE: Sedated coronavirus patients have suffered delusions and hallucinations, and the mental and physical trauma is so devastating some "say they would rather have died ", says London consultant Dr Zudin Puthucheary. By, Talia Shadwell 717
Coronavirus shielding changes: New rules from today as people can finally hug; Big changes are coming for the 2.2million people in England who are shielding -and they can finally taste some freedom. But charities are worried as food parcels and sick pay are set to end. By, Dan Bloom 1610
Costa Coffee offering customers free drink as it re-opens over 2,000 UK stores; Costa Coffee is offering 300 points -equivalent to [pounds sterling]3 -to any new or existing app users with the offer valid for 12 months as it looks to re-open 2,000 plus stores by the end of July. By, Ryan Merrifield 352
David Beckham, Paul Scholes, Gary Neville wages when they signed first pro Man Utd deal; David Beckham, Paul Scholes and Gary Neville were all products of Man Utd's academy but didn't receive lucrative deals when they were promoted to the first team by Sir Alex Ferguson. By, Sam Meade 353
Dominic Raab to impose sanctions on Russians and Saudis over human rights abuses; It comes as Mr Raab is set to unveil the UK's new sanction regime. By, Oliver Milne 375
EasyJet announces holidays will restart in August; EasyJet says it will now restart its package holidays for summer 2021 after the government's lockdown restrictions were relaxed last week to allow travel abroad. By, Rosaleen Fenton 307
Eight people feared dead after two planes crash over tourist spot lake; Two bodies were recovered and six other people are believed to have been killed when the planes collided in the air and crashed into the Coeur d'Alene Lake in Idaho. By, Abigail O'Leary 286
Eight people feared dead including children after two planes crash over lake; Two bodies were recovered and six other people are believed to have been killed when the planes collided in the air and crashed into the Coeur d'Alene Lake in Idaho, with adults and children among those feared dead. By, Abigail O'Leary 287
Fury as market town 'invaded by 300 Leicester revellers defying lockdown for pint'; Witnesses say there were fights, "tussles with police" and other trouble as an urgent dispersal order was slapped on quaint Market Harborough, Leicestershire, as pubs reopened for the first time since March. By, John Siddle 1064
Girl pregnant at 13 who claimed boy, 10, was dad 'gives birth prematurely'; An Instagram account which gives updates on Darya Sudnishnikova's pregnancy posted a photo of the teen, now 14, with a newborn baby girl -despite the initial due date thought to be in September. By, David Rivers & Ryan Merrifield 430
Girl pregnant at 13 who claimed boy, 10, was dad, 'gives birth prematurely'; An Instagram account which gives updates on Darya Sudnishnikova's pregnancy posted a photo of the teen, now 14, with a newborn baby girl -despite the initial due date thought to be in September. By, David Rivers & Ryan Merrifield 430
Government to 'axe stamp duty for six months on homes worth up to [pounds sterling]500k'; Chancellor Rishi Sunak is expected to give MPs an economic update on Wednesday as he draws up plans to raise the property threshold as high as [pounds sterling]500,000 in the Autumn Budget. By, Ryan Merrifield 568
Government to offer businesses [pounds sterling]1,000 bonuses to hire young trainees; Businesses offering new traineeships in England will receive a [pounds sterling]1,000 bonus per trainee under the [pounds sterling]111 million scheme. Chancellor Rishi Sunak will announce the move for 18-24 year olds on Wednesday. By, Shaun Connolly 550
Graeme Souness savages Divock Origi after Liverpool striker's display vs Aston Villa; Divock Origi started in attack for Liverpool against Aston Villa but the drop off with Roberto Firmino absent has been highlighted by a former Red. By, Sam Meade 310
How Curtis Jones is already beginning to prove John Barnes' assessment wrong; The Liverpool teenager had a weekend to remember as he scored his first Premier League goal just a day after signing a new long-term deal with the club. By, Alex Milne 523
Hundreds of scientists demand WHO recognise coronavirus is airborne in open letter; In an open letter to the WHO, which the researchers plan to publish in a scientific journal next week, 239 scientists outlined the evidence that Covid-19 is airborne, but the agency has maintained it is inconclusive. By, Ryan Merrifield 513
Jack Grealish issues pointed response to Graeme Souness after damning criticism; Souness questioned why Grealish was the most fouled player in the Premier League and suggested the statistic says more about the Aston Villa captain's flaws than his talent. By, Darren Wells 396
Jamie Redknapp outlines Man Utd's advantage over Chelsea in Champions League race; Man Utd, Chelsea and Leicester are vying for a spot in the top four but a favourable fixture list could hand the Red Devils an edge in the race of the Champions League. By, Sam Meade 301
Jose Mourinho takes swipe at Arsenal over social media jibe; The Gunners appeared to revel in Tottenham's defeat to Sheffield United last week but Mourinho seems far from impressed with their conduct. By, Alex Milne 342
Keir Starmer says Prince Andrew should co-operate with US investigations; The Labour leader was asked if he would have cooperated with a US request to quiz the royal if it had arrived when he was Director of Public Prosecutions. By, Oliver Milne 559
Keith Gillespie on role Sir Alex Ferguson played in four-fold Newcastle pay rise; Keith Gillespie headed to Newcastle from Man Utd in 1995 with Sir Alex Ferguson earning him a bumper pay rise by acting as his agent. By, Sam Meade 311
Magaluf 'unrecognisable' post-lockdown with empty streets and restaurant 'chaos'; Having flown out to the Mallorca holiday hotspot, travel writer Lottie Gross has found many closed shops and bars, while restaurant staff struggle to cope with new rules. By, Seamus Duff 431
Majority of vulnerable children to be removed from coronavirus shielding list; A small group of children in England who receive specialist care in hospitals may need to carry on shielding following a consultation with their doctor. By, Martin Bagot 657
Man Utd star Juan Mata becomes art competition judge as he supports "incredible" NHS; Juan Mata swapped the day job of playing for Man Utd to cast his eye over a selection of art work that has been drawn in support of the NHS. By, John Cross 598
Man Utd's Mason Greenwood compared to Real Madrid star Gareth Bale; The Red Devils striker has been in superb recent form and huge things are expected of the 18-year-old in the future. By, Alex Milne 361
Marcus Rashford's warning to Man Utd rivals as Red Devils look to further unbeaten run; Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side have not lost in their last 16 games in all competitions and are well in the hunt for a Champions League qualification spot. By, David McDonnell 529
Mikel Arteta tells Emiliano Martinez what he must do to keep Bernd Leno's spot; Emiliano Martinez has slotted into the Arsenal goal in place of the injured Bernd Leno and Mikel Arteta has told him what is required to become the club's No 1. By, Sam Meade 318
Most popular royal named in major new survey -and it's not the Queen; The Queen, Kate Middleton, Meghan Markle, Princes William and Harry, Charles and Camilla were among the royals on the list -but who came out top? By, Zoe Forsey 394
Mum dies from cancer after treatment delayed due to coronavirus lockdown; Kelly Smith, aged 31, had been living with bowel cancer for more than three years when she died on June 13th after saying she was angry her treatment had been paused for 12 weeks. By, Neal Keeling 619
Mum who breastfeeds daughters, 4 and 5, believes it's why they've never been ill; Natasha Keane, from Galway, Ireland, could only breastfeed her eldest, Stephen, for four months, so when her daughters were born she decided to carry on for longer. By, Erin Cardiff & Zoe Forsey 1195
NASA shares stunning photo of rare 'red sprite' lightning over France; The stunning photo was snapped by photographer Stephane Vetter, and has been featured as NASA's Astronomy Picture of the Day. By, Shivali Best 300
Nemanja Matic signs new Man Utd contract following impressive resurgence in form; The Serbian has been in impressive form for United since the return to football this season, proving a perfect midfielder partner for Paul Pogba and Bruno Fernandes. By, David McDonnell 299
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer appears to tell Nathan Ake he "needs" a player like him at Man Utd; The Dutch defender will find himself in demand this summer, regardless of Bournemouth's success in their battle against relegation, and perhaps Manchester United could offer him a home at Old Trafford. By, Alex Richards 717
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang appears to confirm new Arsenal contract with social media move; Arsenal are looking to tie down their captain to a new deal as Aubameyang has continued to stall, but it now looks as though he could be ready to put pen to paper. By, Darren Wells 464
Police forced to shut down part of London as hundreds of revellers attend illegal raves; Hackney Police put a dispersal order in place across the E5, E8 and N16 postcodes due to "unlicensed music events" as people in England flocked to pubs and parties over the weekend. By, Ryan Merrifield 576
Premier League highlights: 10 talking points as Man Utd put down top four marker; The Red Devils kept up their impressive recent form as Mason Greenwood shone in a 5-2 win over Bournemouth, but there were also big wins for the other top four contenders. By, Alex Richards & Mark Jones 1790
Prince Andrew accuser says he should panic as Ghislaine Maxwell 'will take plea deal'; Virginia Roberts Giuffre, one of convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein's accusers, says she was trafficked to London by Epstein in 2001 and had sex with Prince Andrew. By, Tom Davidson 678
Pubs still busy on Sunday as police officer warns second wave 'not long in the making'; Thousands of Brits headed to the pub after they were allowed to re-open on so called 'Super Saturday' -with the party continuing the following day as scenes of reduced social distancing sparking concerns. By, Abigail O'Leary 606
Rio Ferdinand explains the effect Bruno Fernandes has had on Paul Pogba; Pogba has returned from injury with a renewed vigour thanks to Fernandes' involvement, and Man Utd are already reaping the benefits of having both stars marauding their midfield. By, Darren Wells 387
Roy Hodgson's thoughts on drinks breaks are very different to Jurgen Klopp's; Klopp claims he has been requesting an extra stoppage in play for "20 years" and is hopeful they will be made a regular feature, but his methods differ to that of Hodgson's. By, Darren Wells 539
Sir Geoff Hurst supporting new Alzheimer's emergency appeal after Martin Peters' death; World Cup winner Sir Geoff Hurst has backed the Alzheimer's emergency campaign after losing former England team-mate Martin Peters. By, John Cross 381
Sol Campbell sends message to Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang over Arsenal future; It is still not yet clear whether the striker will sign a new contract at the club with his current deal due to expire next summer. By, Alex Milne 336
Team GB's Bianca Williams accuses Met Police of 'racial profiling' after stop and search; Team GB sprinter Bianca Williams has hit out at the Metropolitan Police for "racial profiling" after she and her partner Ricardo dos Santos were stopped and searched in west London. By, Sam Meade 614
Terrifying model shows what working from home could do to you in just 25 years; Researchers have developed a model called Susan, to show what working from home could do to you in just 25 years. By, Shivali Best 441
Two cases of bubonic plague linked to eating raw marmot meat as China put on alert; China has sounded an alert after a case of the plague was reported on Saturday by a hospital in the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region of Bayannur -with warnings in place until the end of this year. By, Abigail O'Leary 379
UK facing bloodbath of job cuts as BA, Topshop, John Lewis and more axe 1000s of staff; A host of major high street brands, such as Laura Ashley, Debenhams, Monsoon Accessorize, Cath Kidston, Quiz and Victoria's Secret have all entered insolvency after being forced to shut their doors in March. By, Emma Munbodh 716
UK weather forecast: New heatwave could see 30C highs -but rain to come first; There's plenty of uncertainty about the upcoming forecasts but meteorologists appear to agree that by mid-July Britain we will see a prolonged period of hot and dry weather. By, Ryan Merrifield 540
We compete in the Olympics to win -but we have to consider the human costs; The recent Netflix documentary 'Athlete A' laid bare the abuse faced by gymnastics raising a question mark about the cost of success. By, Sam Quek & Sam Meade 485
Yobs at Wetherspoons chant 'white lives matter' in attack on mixed race family; The victim and his friends were on a night out in Leek, Staffordshire, when he was met with a torrent of abuse outside the pub before his dad and brother were also verbally assaulted and threatened. By, Hayley Parker 671
You could claim up to [pounds sterling]500 cash for the new TV you've just bought -here's how; Hisense, one of the biggest TV manufacturers, has announced a range of cashback offers, as well as a selection of Rakuten TV movie pass deals. By, Shivali Best 295

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